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  • La CPSC también exhorta a los consumidores que inspeccionen por medio de un experto los enseres que usan combustibles como los sistemas de calefacción, estufas, chimeneas, secadoras de ropa, calentadores de agua y los aparatos de calefacción portátiles, para detectar si tienen fugas de monóxido de carbono, ya que las fugas de monóxido de carbono pueden ser mortales.

    Carbon monoxide~ basic information

  • Mi segunda reacción es de miedo … si un experto ex militar con 24 años en el campo de la seguridad es secuestrado ¿Qué oportunidades le quedan al resto de los mortales de que no seamos secuestrados?

    Kidnapping Negotiator Abducted in Mexico

  • Cuius situs est pertingens in altitudine ad aeris supremam superficiem, eò quod illic terra vel terræ orbis sit multum spissior quàm alibi per modum excentricum à vero centro mundi, nec valet hoc deinde ab aliquo experto refelli, scriptura veritatis clamante, quòd ibi sit fons irrigans vniuersam superficiem terrae: aquae enim est natura semper fluere ad Ima.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Cuius situs est pertingens in altitudine ad aeris supremam superficiem, e� quod illic terra vel terr� orbis sit multum spissior qu鄊 alibi per modum excentricum � vero centro mundi, nec valet hoc deinde ab aliquo experto refelli, scriptura veritatis clamante, qu騞 ibi sit fons irrigans vniuersam superficiem terrae: aquae enim est natura semper fluere ad Ima.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Of the others, you will find the traditionary most troublesome, unless you can steal your vulguses whole (experto crede), and that the artistic method pays the best both in marks and other ways.

    Tom Brown's Schooldays

  • 'Hoc erat, experto frustra Varrone Atacino atque quibusdam aliis melius quod scribere possem.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • Professor Cairnes may accept the sorrowful assurances of more than one person, who has been taken frequently enough into the councils of 'the enemy' in bygone times (_crede experto Ruperto_), that slaves

    The Continental Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 1 January 1863 Devoted To Literature And National Policy

  • If they are both of the same colour, then the tight and continuous pantaloon is far more reasonable and becoming, and, for use, any thing else is better -- _experto crede_.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 57, No. 357, June, 1845

  • No honour is lost by walking in the dark; and in the day, you may beckon a blackguard boy under a gate [to clean your shoes] near your visiting place (experto crede), save eleven pence, and get half a crown's-worth of health ...

    Life And Letters Of John Gay (1685-1732)

  • No honour is lost by walking in the dark; and in the day you may beckon a blackguard boy under a gate, near your visiting place, (experto crede,) save elevenpence, and get half-a-crown's worth of health.

    Selected English Letters

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