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Seriously, social media posters, do you? through the roots Used in to indicate that each "branch" of the 's family should inherit equally. The motto of numerous educational establishments. pro patria for country Pro Patria Medal: for operational service minimum 55 days in defence of the Republic South Africa or in the prevention or suppression of terrorism; issued for the Border War counter-insurgency operations in South West Africa 1966—89 and for campaigns in Angola 1975—76 and 1987—88. Performance with projected video and sound 58 min. per risum multum poteris cognoscere stultum by excessive laughter one can recognise the fool through itself Also "by itself" or "in itself". Used to mark additions to a letter, after the signature. By Norman Fischer• Guest Critic: Suzanne Hudson, Simon Leung, and James Nisbet• We have taken it into our heads that to write a poem simply for the poem's sake, and to acknowledge such to have been our design, would be to confess ourselves radically wanting in the true poetic dignity and force:--but the simple fact is that would we but permit ourselves to look into our own souls we should immediately there discover that under the sun there neither exists nor can exist any work more thoroughly dignified, more supremely noble, than this very poem, this poem per se, this poem which is a poem and nothing more, this poem written solely for the poem's sake. Adapted from Pax Romana Pax Christi Peace of Christ Used as a wish before the Holy Communion in the Catholic Mass, also the name of the peace movement pax Dei peace of God Used in the movement in 10th-century France Pax Deorum Peace of the gods Like the vast majority of inhabitants of the ancient world, the Romans practiced rituals, believing it important to achieve a state of Pax Deorum The Peace of the gods instead of Ira Deorum The Wrath of the gods. , a person's guilt prima luce at dawn Literally "at first light" primas sum: primatum nil a me alienum puto I am a primate; nothing about primates is outside of my A sentence by the American anthropologist and the slogan of primatologists and lovers of the primates. and, consequently, of his monastery in ; understood by Catholics to mean 'Peace and Goodness be with you,' as is similar in the Mass; translated in as pace e bene. post festum after the feast Too late, or after the fact after this, therefore because of this A logical where one assumes that one thing happening after another thing means that the first thing caused the second. To make the crunchiest coating with a cornstarch—egg white paste and potato flakes. The reverse, persona grata "pleasing person" , is less common, and refers to a diplomat acceptable to the government of the country to which he is sent. with Kory Stamper, part of the "Ask the Editor" video series at Merriam-Webster. State of Kansas and of several schools. said of works that promise much at the outset but yield little in the end , — see also parum luceat It does not shine [being darkened by shade]. each year Thus, "yearly"—occurring every year per ardua through adversity Motto of the British per ardua ad alta through difficulty to heights Through hardship, great heights are reached; frequently used motto through adversity to the stars Motto of the , and Air Forces, the U. Apart from this, Unicode also has the following variants:• Publications• Defamation per se is in contradistinction to defamation per quod, which requires proof of special damages. Stephens• However, there are still a few defenses that can work. Projected live onto a large screen behind the plinth, each arrangement served as a formal counterpoint to its companion text, which the artist read aloud. By Jibade-Khalil Huffman• By Neha Choksi• Please reference the Terms of Use and the Supplemental Terms for specific information related to your state. This is then subconsciously adapted by many people without fully considering the meaning. Many languages with syntax derived from , including , , and more differentiate between:• By John Domini• Also "concerning a matter having come into being". peace [be] with you A common farewell. Also used in , where it refers to a change that is to be repeated everywhere needed. The misuse of the term is widespread, so it is an easy mistake to make. This motto is of the families , , and , according to. post eventum after the event Refers to an action or occurrence that takes place after the event that is being discussed similar in meaning to post factum. post nubila phoebus after the clouds, the sun Motto of the , Venezuela, as well as post nubes lux out of darkness, light Motto of post scriptum p. From , Satyricon VIII, verses 83—84. Adeleye, Gabriel G. , or, post tenebras spero lucem after darkness, [I hope for] light from , ; frequently used motto postera crescam laude I am going to grow in the esteem of future generations Motto of the potest solum unum There can be only one Highlander praemia virtutis honores honours are the rewards of virtue praemonitus praemunitus forewarned is forearmed Common catch phrase of the fictional character "Captain Blood" from the novel praesis ut prosis ne ut imperes Lead in order to serve, not in order to rule. By Sarah Lehrer-Graiwer and Kristina Kite• By Adolf Alzuphar• ] Simply as such; in its own nature without reference to its relation. By Melinda Lang• The building code establishes that a contract must observe all building safety standards. By Kate Liebman• By Phong Bui• By Dorothea Lasky• By proving that the defendant violated the law, you no longer need to prove that the defendant failed in his or her towards you. A specific amount of money an organization allows an individual to spend per day, typically for travel expenses. By Paul Felten• pr through the rectum ; see also per os per rectum ad astra via rectum to the stars a modern parody of , originating and most commonly used in Russia, meaning that the path to success took you through most undesirable and objectionable places or environments; or that a found solution to a complex problem is extremely convoluted. Without proper , you may see instead of characters. The type of injury suffered was the type of injury the law was designed to prevent To prove negligence per se, you must prove the following four elements:• publico for the public good Often abbreviated pro bono. parent of the nation A requiring courts to protect the of any child involved in a lawsuit. Las Vegas• pro rege, lege et grege for king, the law and the people Found on the coat of arms of. The phrase is used by Latin Poet Virgil in the Aeneid; also used in 's novel. This section needs additional citations for. Prescribing a set form or procedure, or performed in a set manner. pro scientia atque sapientia for knowledge and wisdom motto of in pro scientia et patria for science and nation motto of the pro studio et labore for study and work pro tanto for so much Denotes something that has only been partially fulfilled. The ampersand often appeared as a character at the end of the Latin alphabet, as for example in list of letters from 1011. Correctly placed before the name of the person signing, but often placed before the name of the person on whose behalf the document is signed, sometimes through incorrect translation of the alternative abbreviation per pro. In contexts, a person rejected by the host government. Originally used of 's Fifth Proposition in. Work undertaken voluntarily at no expense, such as. Without referring to anything else, intrinsically, taken without qualifications etc. per fas et nefas through right or wrong By fair means or foul per fidem intrepidus fearless through faith per literas regias per lit. pulchrum est paucorum hominum Beauty is for the few from 's 1889 book pulvis et umbra sumus we are dust and shadow From , Carmina book IV, 7, 16. There was an emergency• Some jurisdictions prefer, "pro per". While the alcohol is absorbing into your body, your BAC rises. or per pro through the agency Also rendered per procurationem. subscription required• The first part is depicted as the note in the book shown opened by the lion of , Venice; registered trademark of the , Trieste. after food for "after meals" cf. London and New York: Routledge. Originally an office in the , later a title held by , and later a traditional epithet of the. A common term, such as in the , based on the assumption that was the first entity to "move" or "cause" anything. By A. was one of the first philosophers to discuss the "uncaused cause", a hypothetical originator—and violator—of. PRN, prn for a thing that has been born for "as the occasion arises" or "as needed". A philosophical term indicating the acceptance of a theory or idea without fully accepting the explanation. In the later and more flowing New Roman Cursive, ligatures of all kinds were extremely common; figures 2 and 3 from the middle of 4th century are examples of how the et-ligature could look in this script. By Jarrett Earnest Field Notes• [ ] uses ampersand similarly to , spawning a separate upon application of a function. Kienitz Wilkins• Per se drug DUI laws typically single out a few of the more common drugs like marijuana, cocaine, and methamphetamine and specify the prohibited amount. Looking at the synonyms of a word is a useful way to understand it more fully. Both symbols have their roots in the classical antiquity, and both signs were used throughout the Middle Ages as a representation for the Latin word et "and". In , the ampersand can separate words, control the command history, duplicate file descriptors, perform logical operations, control jobs, and participate in. ' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. By Dr. The ampersand is used by the to denote two writers collaborating on a specific script, rather than one writer rewriting another's work. first, to not harm A medical precept. after midday The period from to cf. External links [ ] Look up or in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Be sure to read this entire article as we have loads of great content! through hardships to the stars From ; frequently used motto, sometimes as ad astra per aspera "to the stars through hardships" by heads "Per head", i. This information should not be considered complete, up to date, and is not intended to be used in place of a visit, consultation, or advice of a legal, medical, or any other professional. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. , is used to indicate the start of a query string. By Rhea Anastas and Leigh Ledare Books• From , , Book III, Elegy XI danger in delay perinde ac [si] cadaver [essent] [well-disciplined] like a corpse Phrase written by in his Constitutiones Societatis Iesu 1954 perita manus mens exculta skilled hand, cultivated mind Motto of in Melbourne, Australia perge sequar advance, I follow from 's ; in Vergil's context: "proceed with your plan, I will do my part. By breaking down and reworking them, the artist suggests alternative potentials for language and form, for what they can do beyond standard usage. However, police generally need a before they can require you to take a blood test. plenus venter facile de ieiuniis disputat A full belly readily discusses fasting. By Ann McCoy• Ampersand is the operator in many , , , , and. a contrario per crucem vincemus through the cross we shall conquer Motto of Per Crucem Crescens through the cross, growth Motto of per curiam through the senate Legal term meaning "by the court", as in a per definitionem through the definition Thus, "by " pd. Thomas Keller• and the Old , in which the letters E and T occasionally were written together to form a Evolution of the ampersand — figure 1. Often benedicto habitantibus Blessings on those who abide here is added. By Matthew Paul Olmos• principiis obsta et respice finem resist the beginnings and consider the end , , 91 Individuation psychological term: the self-formation of the personality into a coherent whole prior tempore potior iure earlier in time, stronger in law A legal principle that older laws take precedence over newer ones. Recent Examples on the Web: Adjective Consider how your photographs have not disappeared, per se, but been transformed into memories, into a letter to an advice column, into grist for the mill of understanding existence—like a beloved pair of jeans reworked into patches of a quilt. The attorney listings on this site are paid attorney advertising. As to diseases, make a habit of two things: to help, or at least to do no harm. This is, arguably, the most terse military despatch ever sent. In this world, even the familiar is something different. pro rege et lege for king and the law Found on the. The violation of the law caused the injuries to the plaintiff the law was trying to prevent• parturiunt montes, nascetur ridiculus mus The mountains are in labour, a ridiculous mouse will be born. By Vanessa Place• Compliance with the law would have resulted in greater risk• The doctrine of negligence per se will apply as the violation of the safety laws by Company ABC directly resulted in the damages to Helen who was a member of the protected class. ante cibum post coitum After sex After sexual intercourse post coitum omne animal triste est sive gallus et mulier After sexual intercourse every animal is sad, except the cock and the woman Or: triste est omne animal post coitum, praeter mulierem gallumque. By Erica Getto Film• By Tom Motley Poetry• Some other languages, such as the built into ROM on the , used it to indicate instead, a convention that spread throughout the Commodore community and is now used in the emulator. It originated as a of the letters et— for "and". In ordinary negligence cases, a plaintiff who has suffered personal injury must prove the negligent acts or conducts of the defendant. ; Murdin, Lesley; Wilmoth, Frances eds. These misunderstandings are common in conversation, so you could be forgiven for using them. com• By Charles Reeve• The fonts replace it with an "E. It appears that Company ABC failed at observing safety laws designed to prevent such injuries. By Gelare Khoshgozaran• By Darragh McNicholas• " first among equals Position of the in the , position of the among the members of the , and a title of the cf. As a result, the recitation of the alphabet would end in "X, Y, Z, and per se and". In antiquity, however, the Romans viewed peace as the aftermath of successful conquest through war, so in this sense the proverb identifies war as the means through which peace will be achieved. More specifically, it may refer to a person who is recounting an event long after it took place, implying that details of the story may have changed over time. Peace on Earth agreements must be kept Also "contracts must be honoured". Used as an inscription over the entrance of buildings especially homes, monasteries, inns. By Ed Breslin• The negligence per se doctrine makes it easier for a plaintiff to get compensation For example: There are four prongs to the defense against a negligence per se action:• Polonia Restituta Rebirth of bridge of asses Any obstacle that stupid people find hard to cross. The accident cannot be justified by other reasons like a mechanical defect or other drivers on the scene. By Tom McGlynn• Where did ampersand come from? for oneself to defend oneself in court without counsel. — No particular ghosts have been identified at Sandringham House per se; however, strange occurrences have been reported. However, in contrast to the 26 letters, the ampersand does not represent a speech sound—although other characters that were dropped from the English alphabet did, such as the , , and. pro populo et gloria for the people and glory Motto of pro per for self to defend oneself in court without counsel; abbreviation of propria persona. By Adele Tutter• A person owing another a duty of care• The alleged conduct did not result in damages to the plaintiff• for form Or "as a matter of form". Expression from ; used to describe deception which serves Church purposes pious mother Or "tender mother". The inverse principle is known as. The eldest male in a family, who held patria potestas "paternal power". Originally described all that was needed for emperors to placate the Roman mob. By Jeff Fraiman• An opposition party may attack a president's policy not because they dislike the policy per se but because they want to weaken the president. Where the person suffering an injury was a member of the protected class• An action for negligence and action for negligence per se are distinct types of claims If negligence per se action is brought as a distinct cause of action, the central argument presented by the plaintiff is that the defendant violated the law causing damages. 100 CE to present Descendants• In menus, labels, and other captions, the ampersand is used to denote the next letter as a keyboard shortcut called an "Access key" by Microsoft. In an ordinary negligence case, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant did not exercise the standard of care a reasonable person would have exercised in the same circumstances. Used to describe a meeting of a special or Assembly called to discuss something new, and which was previously unforeseen literally: "concerning a matter having been born". 160: "out of the phrase posse comitatus 'the force of the county' arose our present use of posse for a group of men whom the sheriff calls upon in a crisis. 𐌄𐌕• Thomas Keller• punctum saliens leaping point Thus, the essential or most notable point. Tapia• The Online Etymological Dictionary. Conversely, a thumb up meant to unsheath your sword. Even if the defendant violated the law, the violation did not result in injuries or damages to the plaintiff• prodesse quam conspici To Accomplish Rather Than To Be Conspicuous motto of propria manu p. pax matrum, ergo pax familiarum peace of mothers, therefore peace of families If the mother is peaceful, then the family is peaceful. pro patria vigilans watchful for the country Motto of the. By Lilly Lampe ArtSeen• peccavi I have sinned Telegraph message and pun from , British general, upon completely subjugating the Indian province of Sindh in 1842 'I have Sindh'. Making sure you know the right answer is just my modus operandi. This usage was adopted in computing. Ampersand is the name of a reactive programming language, which uses to specify. Where the violation results in an injury to another• Once the statutory violation is proved, the plaintiff will only have to prove that he or she was a member of the class of people the law was intending to protect and that he or she suffered damages the law was trying to avoid. This symbol may have entered the script language by way of monastic influence in the time of the early Christian church in Ireland. By Jessica Holmes• Challenging the accuracy of the BAC test. This was merged, in turn, in an examination of the Italian heart per se. Thus, a published writing which falsely accuses another of having a venereal disease or being a convicted felon is "libel per se," without further explanation of the meaning of the statement. pecunia, si uti scis, ancilla est; si nescis, domina if you know how to use money, money is your slave; if you don't, money is your master Written on an old Latin tablet in downtown Verona Italy. Your use of this website constitutes acceptance of the , , and. [ ] In it applies to all one-dimensional arrays, not just strings. Formerly used on works of art, next to the artist's name. By Michael Ned Holte• In the latter case, they both contributed enough significant material to the screenplay to receive credit but did not work together. The plaintiff is a member of the class the law or statute intended to protect• after what has been written A. Getting Legal Help The facts of each case are different. , Volume 1, page 80, foot note 3 Accessed 27 July 2016• The of the saying, "If mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy.。

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