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- abbr. serial
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete spelling of scar, serc, sir, sure, secr.
- n. An abbreviation of the word series. See series, n., 10.
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But your suggestion made me think that I did make errors in "ser" and "estoy" verbs.
Note 82: Archivo Historico de la Facultad de Medicina, "Causa criminal contra Nicolas Garica Miranda por haber curado a various sin ser facultativa," leg. 3, exp. 1, ff. 1 – 39, 1792, cited in Hernández Sáenz pp. 235 – 6. back
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As a beginner, when I am concentrating on one part like for example "ser" vs. "estar" verbs, then I tend to forget another part, like agreement "un" vs. "una".
"You didn't call me 'ser' at the Council meeting."
"And you need not 'ser' me, Syodor, not as one honest wight to another."
Ullan's voice squeaked on the "ser," and the thin dark mustache bobbed, and sweat streamed down his forehead.
'As I remember, the one who dwelt in the citadel when I passed through the Chaos Realm in my youth -- he was no Lord of Chaos, but a kind of ser - vant to the Lords.
"Dis yeah am gettin 'ser'us," mused Jethro, leaning against the side of the house in order to think more clearly.
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