SUUS

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SUUSSepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society (North Hills, CA)
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12.170 et tener a misero pectore somnus abest, Her.20.68 cur suus a tanto crimine fructus abest?), and the use of an implied personal subject is unique here.
First, he contrasts the protection afforded by the sign of the Cross with that offered by "shield and helmet." He also makes frequent use of the word soldier (miles) in connection to Christ, emphasizing the fact that Martin is "His [Christ's] soldier" (miles suus).
Tu vero roga dominum messis, id est David meum dilectum, ut mittat operarios in messem suam; quatenus illis dicat rogatus, sicut suus proprius protector et unicus amator Christus deus dixit discipulis suis: 'Ite, ecce ego mitto vos'."
(77) In the prologue of his Ars musica Aegidius writes, "Reverendo et in bono Iesu patri sibi carissimo domino et amico, domino fratri lohanni Ordinis Fratrum Minorum generali ministro, suus frater Iohannes Aegidius, lector in sufficiens Zamorensis, quid quid oboedientiae, reverentiae ac honoris, salutis et pacis, commodi et amoris.
Pendet plebecula circum / auribus arrectis; illam suus allicit Orpheus.
AB (Egypt) EL IT SO US BAA (Burkina Faso) ELE ITI SOS SUS ABAA (Somalia) ELLE ITTI SOOS SUUS BAABA (Ecuador) ELELE ITITI SOSOS SUSUS BABABA (Benin) ELEELE ITIITI SOSSOS SUSSUS BABABBA (Nigeria) ELELELE ITITITI SOSOSOS SUSUSUS
Hambakaaries on emaili ja dentiini demineralisatsiooniprotsess, kus bakterid, kes kasutavad oma elutegevuse kaigus suhkruid, muudavad keskkonna suus happeliseks, mille tulemusel hakkab lahustuma hambaemaili ja dentiini orgaaniline komponent--hudroksuulapatiit (Bennike 1985; Hillson 1996).
Nec multo post orationes evolvendae, in quibus [i.e., orationibus], ut suus auctor profitetur, maior vis est eloquendi.
All of Dino's works were medical writings, except for his commentary on "Donna me prega," the great poem of love phenomenology which was written by his contemporary and "concivis suus," Guido Cavalcanti (Bird 152).
Nor can Latin SE have been a "reflexive" (Milner 1978: 77-79), for serious traditional grammarians (Juret 1926: 96-99; Ernout and Thomas 1953:183 #210 B; Hofman 1972:175 #102a; de Bruyne 1961: 45, 65; Kuhner and Stegmann 1962: 601-604; Woodcock 1962:24 #36 note 1; Scherer 1975: 174 et pass.) have always been aware, as Milner is (1978: 83-84), that in so-called "indirect reflexive" use, SE and its possessive SUUS appear in reference to a contextually given entity that is distinct from the verbal subject.