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For to increase your עצב (sadness) and דעה (knowledge), I hereby present a link to the work I was referring to . Search of the phrase, "TRIAL IN THE COURT OF VOWELS" in the plain text, which is the beginning of the locution. Sadly, my poor memory betrayed me since the playwright was not Aristophanes...
Like Princess Mononoke. This is the only movie for which I went to the cinema three times. But Miyazaki movies are fully of imageries laden with meaning. Sometimes equivocal, sometimes vivid, sometimes lyrical, they are more to make viewers think than to deliver them messages.
Scurra was borrowed from Etruscan, a language spoken in Italy before the arrival of the Romans. We only have short phrases from this language on pottery shards, lintels, and the like, so little is known about it. I long thought satellite is from Etruscan but even that is not well-established. Flam
- Fri Jan 27, 2006 9:06 pm
- Forum: Res Diversae
- Topic: here's one I can do finally! I got 17
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And some more differences but my observation overlaps largely with that of Anders. 1. On a standard traffic light, is the green on the top or bottom? BOTTOM – Yes. But where did I last see a vertical traffic light? 6. When you walk does your left arm swing with your right or left leg? RIGHT – Okay w...
When a Texan said "Fluctuation," with a completely Texan accent, a friend of mine who is also an Asian shouted back at him, "bother you too." It took several repetitions of the same before we realised that he was giving fluctuation as the reason my favourite cigarette brand is much cheaper in Texas ...