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  • I'm not certain about this, but I think that you might be better off having the documents translated once you're back in Mexico, where you should be able to find a "perito traductor" fairly easily.

    Translation

  • Bethie, if your husband needs to have documents translated into Spanish for a Mexican government office, then you need to look for a "perito traductor", which is a Mexican who has been certified to do official translations (non-Mexicans need not apply for this position or I would have already done so!).

    Translation

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    Reso Condemning MoveOn Passes Overwhelmingly, With Lots Of Dems

  • Sed ab hoc incepto me non solum deterruerunt sordidi colores virides et violacei, qui ex mistionibus illis prodibant, sed et imprimis illud, quod, ob differentes pigmentorun grauitates specificas et inaequalem cum aqua cohaesionem, et ab artis perito magni errores facile committi poterant.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • Upon all these occasions the world seems to have embraced a maxim of our law, viz., cuicunque in arte sua perito credendum est8: for it seems perhaps difficult to conceive that any one should have had enough of impudence to lay down dogmatical rules in any art or science without the least foundation.

    The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • Father, to prevent such a conclusion; and Massuet's observation on the passage seems not improbable, when he says, "Sciolus quispiam Irenaeo nostro, in Hebraicis haud satis perito, hic fucum ecisse videtur."

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • This appears in the translation as follows: "Uomo astutissimo, perito d 'affari, e conoscitore delle altre corti: affettava un contegno il più umile, e reservato."

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 07, No. 43, May, 1861 Creator

  • Upon all these occasions the world seems to have embraced a maxim of our law, viz., cuicunque in arte sua perito credendum est: for it seems perhaps difficult to conceive that any one should have had enough of impudence to lay down dogmatical rules in any art or science without the least foundation.

    I. Of the Serious in Writing, and for What Purpose It Is Introduced. Book V

  • Upon all these occasions the world seems to have embraced a maxim of our law, viz., _cuicunque in arte sua perito credendum est: _ for it seems perhaps difficult to conceive that any one should have had enough of impudence to lay down dogmatical rules in any art or science without the least foundation.

    History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • Vita Hludovici Pii, Imp. Karoli M. F certo auciorc, fed tainen coaetano aitronomiae perito, hadenus pro I quinto Aimoini credita, p - 445 -

    Bibliotheca historica. A.I.G. Meuselio ita digesta ut pæne novum opus videri possit

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