videre

See: witness
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Lee Gill, Flow Office; Akil Gordon-Beckford, VIDERE; Anthony Bisseker, Lightbox.
(1) "meliora videre et deteriora sequi" in E3p2sch [G II 143 21-22] which appears again in E4pref [G II 205 11-12] with the difference that the verb video is conjugated in the subjunctive: "meliora sibi videat, deteriora tamen sequi".
Quanto aos termos agire, videre e adsentire, a traducao de SC poe-los como, respectivamente, 'fazer algo', 'ter alguma percepcao' e 'assentir'; a de JS como 'entrar em acao', 'ver algo' e 'dar assentimento'; a de HR como 'act', 'experience some presentation' e 'assent' e, por fim, a de AA como 'action', 'impression' e 'assent'.
The event will also allow delegates to hear from Newcastle based Videre Global, a world leading supplier of off-grid energy solutions, energising communities on several continents.
Kovesi, "Image features from phase congruency," Videre: Journal of Computer Vision Research, vol.
A esto se debe anadir que, si bien es sincronicamente plausible, esta explicacion es historicamente falsa, dado que tanto prever como proveer derivan del mismo verbo latino videre: prever < prae-videre y proveer < pro-videre.
Maria no ignora que ver viene del latin videre, y mirar del mirari, y que el mero ver no es todavia admirar: para llegar a la admiracion el simple ver ha de condescender a esa otra disciplina que es la capacidad de admirarse.
Det er videre Miljstyrelsens forventning, at aftalen vil omfatte
(6) Traditionem itaque apostolorum in toto mundo manifestatam in omni ecclesia adest perspicere omnibus qui vera velint videre, et habemus enumerare eos qui ab apostolis instituti sunt episcopi in ecclesiis et successores eorum usque ad nos, Adversus Haereses, III, 3,1, FC 8/3, 28,10-13.
He aqui sus palabras: "Nunc restat videre an repugnet intellectui aliquid factum nunquam non fuisse propter quod est necessarium sit non esse eius esse duratione praecedere, propter hoc quod dicimr ex nihilo factum esse.
In Chapter five, "Judicial Documentary, Evidence, and the Question of Technology", Rosenberg introduces with a brief look into the essence of documentary film making as 'real' or visual evidence, from the Latin videre 'to make visible' and as a denuncia (reveal, denounce publicly and to the authorities).
[...] Videre erat tumultuantem populum, viros mulieresque, sacerdotes, pueros, fugitantes passim quo pedes vocarent.