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“The farmland was eventually divvied into strips of land called pati, which were assigned to various farmers, who became known as strip-holders, or pati-dar.”
“Ngayon, pag lumipat si MILF Bravo sa neighborhood mo, baka pati bahay mo ipamigay mo na dahil baka daanan ka nang tangke nang gobyerno hehehe!”
“i believe "pati" is the sound of a hand clap! woah you're late for My Boy! where have you been Jyoru?”
“In fact, the Latin etymology of the word, com pati, means "to suffer with": to actively participate and share in the suffering of others.”
“Moun ka palé dè 8 moun, dòt ka palé dè 87 moun, on dòt pati ka palé dè plis ki 100 moun mò Lapwent”
“En destaca el pati central interior, amb un petit ...”
“Origin: Middle English: from Old French, from late Latin passio (n -) (chiefly a term in Christian theology), from Latin pati "suffer.”
“[Middle English compassioun, from Late Latin compassio -, compassio-n -, from compassus, past participle of compati -, to sympathize: Latin com -, com - + Latin pati -, to suffer.] - Source: Answers. com mer·cy”
“Health-care providers can call the center, confirm the patient's identity by providing characteristics such as a birth date, and get instructions from the pati ent's Polst form.”
“Last week, researchers from the University of Nevada, the National Cancer Institute and The Cleveland Clinic announced the startling discovery of antibodies to a little known retrovirus in 95% of pati ...”
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