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  • Ortalotrypeta singula — Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class …   Wikipedia

  • MEMBRA singula — aliquem apud Gentiles Deorum habuêre, qui peculiarem cuiusque curam gereret. Sic Caput Iovi deferebant; Neptuno pectus; cinctum Marti. Frontem Genio sacram facit Servius in l. 3. Aen. v. 607. unde, inquit, Deum venerantes frontem tangimus.… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Pluribus intentus minor est ad singula sensus. — См. За все браться ничего не сделать …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)

  • verba singula —    ( Parole singole, che dotate un corpo verbale (si­gnificate) e di un contenuto verbale (significato). / Parole singole sono quelle che realizzano i tropi. verba coniuncta, verbum …   Dizionario di retorica par stefano arduini & matteo damiani

  • quae non valeant singula, juncta juvant — /kwiy non vaeliyant siijgyala, jagkta juwvasnt/ Things which do not avail when separate, when joined avail …   Black's law dictionary

  • quae singula non prosunt, juncta juvant — /kwiy siggyala non prowsant, jankta juwvaent/ Things which taken singly are of no avail afford help when taken together …   Black's law dictionary

  • reddendo singula singulis — /radendow siijgyala siggyalas/ By referring each to each; referring each phrase or expression to its appropriate object. A rule of construction …   Black's law dictionary

  • referendo singula singulis — /refarendow sin,g(y)ala sin,g(y)alas/ Referring individual or separate words to separate subjects; making a distributive reference of words in an instrument; a rule of construction …   Black's law dictionary

  • Quae non valeant singula juncta juvant — Things which are void severally may be valid when joined. That is, words or expressions which are inoperative when taken singly may often be made effective when construed in conjunction with the words or expressions which accompany them. Breasted …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Quae singula non prosunt, juncta juvant — Those things which are of no consequence severally may be valid jointly …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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