scribere

See: legislate
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These first books we call Manuscripts, from the Latin words manus, a hand, and scribere, to write, for they were all written by hand.
(25) "I regard the writing of history as one of the most difficult tasks, because the style and diction must be equal to the deeds recorded [tamen in primis arduum videtur res gestas scribere: primum, quod facta dictis exaequanda sunt]" (Sallust, Bellum Catilinae III, 2, my emphasis).
Scribere qui nescit, nullum putat esse laborem (43).
Si omnis humanae philosophiae ratio hoc imprimis iubet, ut quod quisque proftetur id praestet, nescioprofecto ..., quid meo muneri conuenientius rear quam res sacras scribere, qui sacris iam pridem initiatus protonotarii apostolici ...
haec tibi scribere coepi; quod animadverti multa te aedificavisse et nunc aedificare, reliquo quoque tempore et publicorum et privatorum aedificiorum, pro amplitudine rerum gestarum ut posteris memoriae traderentur curam habiturum....
This assertion echoes the motto that prefaced all editions of Alciato's Emblematum Liber (Augsburg, 1531): 'Let everyone have the ability to write in secret ciphers' ('Et valeat tacitis scribere quisque notis').
annon temerarium omnino fuerit nos scribere non ad principem quemquam sed ad te talem ac tantum regem?
Segundo Flusser (2010:25), "escrever origina-se do latim 'scribere', que significa riscar." O instrumento pontiagudo da agulha no tecido se assemelha ao instrumento cuneiforme utilizado para riscar/gravar uma superficie.
A l'appui de cette hypothese, du point de vue formel, nous pourrions faire valoir le substantif scriba provenant du verbe scribere ou, mieux encore, lorsque nous envisageons l'alternance entre les degres plein -e- (rethid) et flechi--o--(rota), toga issu de tegere (60), ainsi que le theonyme Hora, formant couple avec le dieu Quirinus, et en rapport avec le vieux verbe horiri (d'ou hortari) en face de l'osque herest, "il voudra", l'ombrien heri, "il veut" (61), et du nom propre Herennius (62).
The basic question to be faced at the outset is one that Aquinas might not have had to face, at least not to the same degree: Utrum sit possibile summam theologiae hodie scribere?--even for a team.
Pasolini, Ricardo, "Scribere in eos qui possunt proscribere.
Los verbos: castellano, escribir; italiano, scrivere; portugues, escrever; rumano, serie; frances, ecrire; aleman, Schreiben; ingles, to write, neerlandes, schrijven; sueco, skriva se remontan al respectivo verbo latino scribere, correspondiente al gr.