E-c sentence example

e-c
  • o o 'e ' e c m_o 'o - _ - o i: (t __ '®moo?p ®04 ??a:a??
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  • is then an expression of the form a p b e c r d s, where p, q, r, s have the greatest possible values consistent with the condition that each of the given expressions shall be divisible by a p b e c r d s .
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  • is of the form a p b e c r d s, where p, q, r, s have the least possible values consistent with the condition that a P PC'd s shall be divisible by each of the given expressions.
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  • Let (C7) W =A, Then For All Years After 1800 The Value Of M Will Beiven By The Formula (C 18 A), G' Y W Therefore, 3 Counting From The Beginning Of The Calendar In 1582, C 15 A ' M = 3 W By The Substitution Of These Values Of J, S And M, The Equation Of The Epact Becomes E C 16 (C 16 (C 15 A) 3 O R () 4 W 3 W.
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  • It is generally known as the Dvenos inscription, from the name of the maker who wrote on the vessel from right to left the in scription, part of which is DV E N OS MED F E C E D (= fecit).
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  • West 4°of Greenwich E C i A ° 5 5° sC.
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  • 172° C GS° D C T E C Barrow Pearl B.
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  • mhfn eGC 99 e'k.
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  • Assibilated c before e, 1 is treated like d; within a word it disappears after having been represented for a while by s (1 u c e r e gives lius-ir, iluhir; r e c i p e r e gives re~ebne, reebre, rebre); at the end of a word it is replaced by a (yea, v i c e in; feu, f e c i t).
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  • tch), as in derecho (d i r e c t u m), pecho (pe c t u s), so that we may take those words in which S alone represents ci as secondary forms of learned words; thus we have hendito, otubre, santo as secondary forms of the learned words bendicto, ociubre, sancto, alongside of the old popular forms bendicho, ochubre, sancho.
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  • cl, ij gives y: veyu (*v e c 1 u s), espeyu (s p e cl u m), conseyu (c 0 n s iii u m); and after an i this y is hardly perceptible, to judge by the forms flu (f i Ii u m), escoidos (Cast.
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  • - Achro tive fitted with cormatic objective for r e c t i o n collar homogeneous immer (Zeiss).
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  • batting lineup, E C & B skipper Amos decided to insert the opposition.
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  • Despite having a strong batting lineup, E C & B skipper Amos decided to insert the opposition.
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  • vowels in the word (one tap for A, two for E, etc.
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  • West 4°of Greenwich E C i A ° 5 5° sC.
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  • 172° C GS° D C T E C Barrow Pearl B.
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  • The accentuation in the inflexion of perfects in the conjugation called strong, like hubiiron hiziron, which correspond to h a b u r u n t, f e c e r u n t (while in the other Romance languages the Latin type is b r ii n t: Fr.
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  • Ct gives it, not c/i as in Castilian: nueyt (hoc tern), destruito (destruct u rn), proveito (p r 0 v e c t u m), dito for dub (d i c t u m).
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  • Within the word the same group and other groups also in which the second consonant is an 1 produce I mouillOe (Written ih, just as n mouillOe is written nh, as in Provenal): oveiha (0 V i c I a), veiho (*v e c 1 u s); and sometimes ch: fec/jo (f a cl urn), ancho (am plum).
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  • The taps, however, stand for the vowels in the word (one tap for A, two for E, etc.
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