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“Then again, when you consider how different the modern pronunciation of "Julius Cæsar" is from the way he probably said it ( "Yoolius Kaiser"), Semiramis would probably be glad to know that she is remembered at all this long after her death, and not too worried about the pronunciation of her name by people in countries she did not know existed.”
“How pitifully scared had he not been the summer before, when he was still a little yellow-down duckling, every time he had heard the warning call: Cæsar is coming!”
“– and besides replying to some of these letters, I have many lessons to learn, among them Arithmetic and Latin; and, you know, Cæsar is Cæsar still, imperious and tyrannical, and if a little girl would understand so great a man, and the wars and conquests of which he tells in his beautiful Latin language, she must study much and think much, and study and thought require time.”
“Greek bishop of the fourth century, did not hesitate to regard ioum as synonymous with the Syriac word sar, or cycle of revolution.”
“Some programs, such as sar and atop, have data collection modes and can produce detailed reports on a wide range of metrics.”
“Suetonius, a lover of scandal, has preserved a grievous imputation against Cæsar, which is connected with this visit to Nicomedes (_Cæsar_, c.”
“Where kaphar does appear is in the Epic of Gilgamesh, according to the JPS Torah Commentary, where the Akkadian word kupru is used: "six 'sar”
“C é sar Augusto Neira Mag á n, head of the association of Peruvian psychologists, says he's waiting to see scientific evidence that anthem lyrics impact the psyche of school kids.”
“MADRID — C é sar Alierta has completed a decade as chairman and chief executive of Spain's Telef ó nica SA.”
“Sony Pictures Classics A scene from 'Of Gods and Men' "Of Gods and Men" was an award-winner at Cannes and a box-office hit in France, nominated for 11 C é sar Awards, the French Oscars.”
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