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- n. advice; opinion; deliberation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Advice; opinion; deliberation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of advice.
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The female entrepreneur, once a rara avis, is now a prized constituent of the economy whose way of doing business reaps enormous financial and social dividends.
The word aesthetic, which means "being responsive to or appreciative of what is beautiful or pleasurable to the senses," is derived from the Sanskrit word avis, which means "before the eyes, openly, manifestly, evidently."
Justice Breyer himself has called such cases a rara avis, which is why having a “presumption” in most cases is, essentially, unnecessary.
The local rental agencies have better prices than the international ones such as avis or budget.
He added that not giving a positive "avis" to Podgorica would be a "bad signal".
EU foreign ministers have been invited to give their green light to the Commission's "avis", issued in the wake of Montenegro's formal application to join the EU last December (
He is that rara avis, the politician who writes his own books.
That, a mon avis, makes language learning an experience that is not to be missed.
I will be taking him back to the vet soon, for a professional avis.
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