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Un poco mas complejo pueden ser el quinto testimonio, en el que se utiliza la expresion in publicum como lugar al que redigere o referre.
10 appealed for handball to no avail, the ensuing melee saw Anthony Barry tripped and this time referre Ryan Johnson did point to the spot.
Nec a recto declinet quod alter ei sit odio, in alterum summo sit amore, quamquam minime negaverim ei non nihil in reum adhibendum esse misericordiae et quae a iure civili proficiscuntur, ea ad facilitatem et aequitatem referre.
Una prima osservazione etimologica si impone: la schesis greca e legata nella sua radice al verbo avere (echein), mentre in latino relatio e legato a referre, come riferire e riportare.
XCVII Non (ita me di ament) quicquam referre putaui, Utrum os an culum olfacerem Aemilio.
In touching on the honour Drake gained in his circumnavigation of the globe he notes: 'I do referre, /To stories large, where registred they are' (The Trumpet of Fame 3).
15 Crudeles superos miser vocaret, Si linguis volucrum daretur usus, Quo possent hominum referre voces.
En el prefacio del libro I, el historiador romano concede a Roma, el gran imperio de la Antiguedad, la posibilidad de <<consecrare origines suas et ad deos referre auctores>>; es decir, sacralizar sus origenes y atribuirlos a la intervencion divina (12).
Actrix et testes, qui ab ipsa inducti sunt, reapse nullam explicitam confessionem extraiudicialem ex parte viri referre valent, ex qna haurire possimus ipsum, quamvis matrimonium iuxta ritum canonicum celebravisset, illud exuisse quolibet elemento substantiali, seu reapse reiecisse constitutionem status coniugalis curo d.
371, 6, redhostire est gratiam referre, nam hostire (man.
derivado de relatum, supino de referre y apunta que [e]n el sentido de 'relatar' dirian algunos por lo visto, en el s.
Maecenas, Horace states, required only that those men who were to be admitted to his friendship be of free birth (cum referre negas quali sit quisque parente / natus, dum ingenuus, 1-8) and of right character.