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Just as Quintilian offers as his first example of apostrophic address a reference to Tubero's sword as a means to attack an adversary ("What was that sword of yours doing, Tubero, in the field of Pharsalus?"), (36) Whitman's "Apostroph" offers a sword in the form of a verbal curse: "O a curse on him that would dissever this Union for any reason whatever!" (106).
When Scipio is criticized by Tubero for changing the subject and praising the Roman Republic 'although Laelius had asked you not about our commonwealth but about commonwealths in general', Scipio explains his method further: 'As to my use of our state, that was not in order to define the best condition--I could do that without any example (exemplum)--but so that we might see concretely in the greatest state just what sort of thing I was describing in reason and speech.
Su ultima aportacion es de 1671, fecha en que se editan los dialogos de Oratius Tubero, al que se une el De la divinite, con el titulo De diversite des religions.
Descartes may also have been familiar with La Mothe le Vayer's Dialogues d'Orasius Tubero (1630).
There's also a sago-gulaman stand, a popcorn cart, and realistic-looking Meralco electric posts studded with those For Rent, For Sale and tubero ads.
[13] The court observed that the merit, or lack thereof, of the motion to terminate is not determinative of whether the party's conduct was in contempt of court.[14] In Tubero, the deponent obeyed the order to appear for the deposition, but could not be held in contempt for invoking his right to suspend the deposition.[15] The appellate court found that the trial court erred in not considering the deponent's motion to limit or restrict the deposition.
It does look, at first, as if Illa do tuberos has been applied to the wrong island group, but it may be argued that just as Magellan applied isla de los tiburones to the second island that he found (sailing from south to north) the Dieppe map makers applied the name to the second of their groups (in order south to north).
Stimulation effect of some bioregulators on flowering, chemical constituents, essential oil and phytohormones of tuberose (Polianthes tuberos L.).
She said, 'They are Tuberos' - I'd never heard of them!