Definitions

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  • n. A fictional large talking tree.
  • v. To empty or pour.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A suffix of adjectives, and of nouns originally adjectives (primarily, in the original Latin, a present participle suffix), cognate with the original form of the English present participle suffix -ing, as in ardent, burning, cadent, falling, crescent, growing, orient, rising, etc.: equivalent to -ant.
  • Abbreviations of entomology.

Etymologies

Coined by J. R. R. Tolkien in The Lord of the Rings, 1954–55, from Old English ent ("giant"), from Proto-Germanic *antiz. (Wiktionary)
Possibly from empty, through assimilation of the "m" to the following "t" (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Notice the similarity in phrasing between Heidegger and Adorno: they both talk of unveiling Adorno uses the word ent-hüllen, Heidegger ent-bergen, they both imply that truth is revealed by lifting a barrier that prevents it to be seen, but the crucial difference is that for Adorno truth is revealed through a critical relationship to the world, for Heidegger it is purely affirmative.

    enowning

  • Notice the similarity in phrasing between Heidegger and Adorno: they both talk of unveiling (Adorno uses the word ent-hüllen, Heidegger ent-bergen, they both imply that truth is revealed by lifting a barrier that prevents it to be seen), but the crucial difference is that for Adorno truth is revealed through a critical relationship to the world, for Heidegger it is purely affirmative. (title unknown) from enowning

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  • USA, 98, 13595-13600 ent-Kaurene oxidase 1.14.13.78 1 Nomenclature EC number 1.14.13.78 Systematic name ent-kaur-16-ene, NADPH: oxygen oxidoreductase (hydroxylating) Recommended name ent-kaurene oxidase CAS registry number 149565-67-3 2 Source Organism

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  • And how pleased are sinners, when their teachers teach them, to delay loving God supremely for the pres ent, which is really teaching them to delay forever.

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  • (car (entsel))) (att_prop att_tagname ent This says that chgattxtlaystyle is an unknown command but since you can use it I assume it will work. replacement_layer and replacement_style, should I be replacing a temp value in the program where you do a table search and put my style and layer?

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  • The syllable ent which is generally transformed into [short u, breve] nt.

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  • "G-Anno-Text") (setq att_stylename "dim") (att_prop att_tagname ent 8 att_layername) (att_prop att_tagname ent 7 att_stylename) (chgattxtlaystyle "G-Anno-Text" "dim" 0) where the first argument is the new layer name, the second argument is the new style name and the third argument is the new oblique angle.

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  • "G-Anno-Text") (setq att_stylename "dim") (att_prop att_tagname ent 8 att_layername) (att_prop att_tagname ent 7 att_stylename) my function, than you should call it like this: where the first argument is the new layer name, the second argument is the new style name and the third argument is the new oblique angle.

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  • (entupd), but can do something directly to it right from its being in the set, I even dispense with the 'ent' variable entirely, and just do this:

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  • "We believe that is an important commit" ent, "said Rao.

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