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- n. Alternative form of dais.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See dais.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of dais.
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Most Catholic sacramentals, such as relics, agnus deis and medals, were proscribed as being "papist superstitions."
Obviously, the Dei of the First Realm, Baal doesn't want this to happen, and neither do most of the other deis.
However, the books is so chock full of different deis, beings, peoples and made-up names I found myself referring to the appendices to keep myself oriented.
I not liking deis rock adn sand landskape wif sadnstormz.
DeisCane · January 30th, 2007 at 11:23 am two weeks deis, and the site goes live, whether with all the intended functionality, or without
Marcuse, a naturalized American citizen who had fled the Nazis, was on the faculty of Bran-deis when Abbie Hoffman had been a student there, and Hoffman was enormously influenced by him, especially by his book Eros and Civilization, which talked about guilt-free physical pleasure and warned about "false fathers, teachers, and heroes."
'Victrix causa deis placuit, sed victa Catoni'; vii.
For Pompeius 'devotion to Germanicus, compare v 25-26' tempus ab his uacuum Caesar Germanicus omne/auferet; a magnis hunc colit ille deis '.
= Riese's punctuation 'facias cur ita, saepe dabit' seems preferable to the alternate 'facias cur ita saepe, dabit', as placing more emphasis on Augustus and being perhaps an echo of _Tr_ IV ii 12 'munera det meritis, _saepe datura_, deis'.