patere

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Aesopo ingentem statuam posuere Attici, Servumque collocarunt aeterna in basi: Patere honoris scirent ut cuncti viam; Nec generi tribui sed virtuti gloriam.
Paixao, tomada no melhor sentido literal: como patere, do latim, que significa sofrimento, doenca.
Quod ita late patere volumus, ut non solum circa administrantes, sed et circa administrantium filios nepotes ac propinquos, participes (id est consiliarios), domesticosque locum habeat, quibus tamen administrator operam dederit.
Per questo e importante affiancare ad un approccio sistematico chiare esemplificazioni: "Quod autem dixi in universali, potest patere in exemplis" (OM III, 96).
Although the word patet (extends) has no connection with Patala, the superficial resemblance may have misled the mapmaker into assuming that patalis was Latin for "wide-spreading" (the adjective from patere, "to extend").
(4.) La patere de cuivre di flaubertiana memoria ricorre metaforicamente nella tetralogia per indicare l'esperienza primaria della violenza legata alla relazione madre-figlia; ad esempio, si vedano Ferrante (2011: 224) e Ferrante (2013: 239).
Sicut enim patent intellectui statim, scilicet sine omni discursu, prima principia ex prima notitia terminorum, ita patere possunt ex proximis principiis proximae conclusiones, ita quod quaestionibus singulis propositis ordinatim et gradatim et per immediata semper sine omni discursu ex praecedentibus patet intellectui veritas sequentium....
There are of course other types of song, both sung and chanted, such as wahakaaraara pa, essentially a look-out's song of vigilance, and patere, which often answer a rebuke or insult.
The programmatics of "secondariness" at work in the proem become even more complex when, in an apostrophe to Domitian, Statius describes his Achilleid as merely a "prelude", a preliminary game to the real business of writing historical epic about the emperor himself: da veniam ac trepidum patere hoc sudare parumper pulvere: te longo necdum fidente paratu molimur magnusque tibi praeludit Achilles.
In the end it is always the legislator himself who must heed the command patere legem, quam ipse tulisti.
Non est de tetricis, non est de magna professis: Volt sua plebeio sacra patere choro (F.