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  • Et un petit: div#menu ul li:hover ul li a:hover li:hover c'est mal, tu sais ça? surtout que les sous-éléments ne sont pas forcément accessible depuis leur page parente sauf via le menu, i.e. particuliers.

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  • Je suis une parente de 2 petite filles, et la plus vielle fille a commence la maternelle cet autumne!

    joyeux - French Word-A-Day

  • Arrivée à l'extrémité de ce lieu, j'y vis une parente que je croyais au ciel depuis longtemps elle est née la même année que moi.

    Les Anges et les Âmes du Purgatoire

  • In them it is said that St. Paul was born at Tarsus of idolatrous parents — utroque parente gentili procreatus — that, having come to

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  • Saepe non eundem, sed similem producit effectum, et illaeso parente transit. in nepotem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cum renuente parente utroque et ipsa virgine frui non posset, ipsum et ipsam interfecit, hoc a magistratu petens, ut in eodem sepulchro sepeliri possent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Apr鑣 eux enfin venoit une dame Turque, parente de grand-seigneur: elle 閠oit dans une liti鑢e que portoient deux chameaux richement par閟 et couverts.

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  • Chinese researchers now report developing a hybrid between the two that contains more sugar and produces more stalk and grain than either parente University Press.

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  • (Ulysses speaking) 'mihi Laertes pater est, Arcesius illi,/Iuppiter huic ... est quoque _per matrem_ Cyllenius _addita_ nobis/_altera nobilitas_: deus est in utroque parente!'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • This seems to be the sense of _ut in populo_; Wheeler's translation 'as may happen in the crowd' will work here and at _Tr_ I i 17-18 'si quis _ut in populo_ nostri non immemor illi [= _illic_],/si quis qui quid agam forte requirat, erit', but not at _Tr_ II 157-58 'per patriam, quae te tuta et secura parente est,/cuius _ut in populo_ pars ego nuper eram' or at

    The Last Poems of Ovid

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