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lat Sentence Examples

  • ARCHCHANCELLOR (Lat.

  • Lat.

  • lat.

  • (Probably from the Lat.

  • ermite or hermite, from the Lat.

  • above sea-level, in lat.

  • by 6° of lat.

  • of Catbalogan, the capital, in lat.

  • lltO Kouaa, Lat.

  • in lat.

  • to lat.

  • AiOaXia; Lat.

  • kebu = Lat.

  • simenellus, simella, from Lat.

  • That of Grinnell Land in lat.

  • chercher, to search; Late Lat.

  • Tuleplan is in about lat.

  • SACRIFICE (from Lat.

  • proces, process, Late Lat.

  • IouSaiot; Lat.

  • clergie, from Low Lat.

  • clerge, from Low Lat.

  • patriarche, Lat.

  • The word is derived from Lat.

  • The exact origin of the palace and of its name (Lat.

  • AGRICULTURE (from Lat.

  • c. 5, Migne, Patrologia lat.

  • To the Lat.

  • QUERCY (Lat.

  • AERARIUM (from Lat.

  • RATITAE (from Lat.

  • ear and Lat.

  • FUENTERRABIA (formerly sometimes written Fontarabia; Lat.

  • Its Greek title irIc rupos, Lat.

  • "Evlrepos, Lat.

  • herba, grass, food for cattle, generally taken to represent the Old Lat.

  • ovos; Lat.

  • NOTE (Lat.

  • AERARII (from Lat.

  • Arche, adapted from the Lat.

  • Irish cast, Lat.

  • 7rpoQiXvros), strictly one that has arrived (= Lat.

  • tailler, to cut or divide; late Lat.

  • pullanus, Lat.

  • from the coast on the Copiapo river, in lat.

  • FORM (Lat.

  • above its junction with the Khabor, lat.

  • REASON (Lat.

  • COUNT (Lat.

  • Below Dayul in lat.

  • APERTURE (from Lat.

  • TERRACINA (Lat.

  • At the head of each county was placed a count, or lord-lieutenant 3 (Foispan, Lat.

  • nddor or nador-ispdn, Lat.

  • Lwow, Lat.

  • TIN (Lat.

  • PENINSULA (Lat.

  • SAINT (lat.

  • costuma, a contracted form of Lat.

  • The republic lies between lat.

  • 0E6s and Lat.

  • Evpolcovo-at.; Lat.

  • The word "medicine" (Lat.

  • RHINE (Lat.

  • herbergere, through the Late Lat.

  • ST ROCH (Lat.

  • ANTEMNAE (Lat.

  • from Lat.

  • CENTURY (from Lat.

  • The classical Lat.

  • ynce from Lat.

  • rochettum, from the late Lat.

  • Mediatisierung, from Lat.

  • The word itself comes from the Lat.

  • LATONA (Lat.

  • from Late Lat.

  • Coira, Lat.

  • direction from lat.

  • From near the source of the Javary, or lat.

  • DISTILLATION (from the Lat.

  • PADUA (Lat.

  • dhuma and Lat.

  • DISCIPLE, properly a pupil, scholar (Lat.

  • saison, Lat.

  • sama, year), "autumn" (Lat.

  • nausa, which points to Lat.

  • Eichstatt (Lat.

  • LIBERTY (Lat.

  • ACID (from the Lat.

  • ANIMAL (Lat.

  • aloyer, from Lat.

  • The only port in the province is Los Vilos, in lat.

  • It was generally distributed in wooded districts throughout the greater part of North America, as far north as Great Slave Lake, lat.

  • ARCHBISHOP (Lat.

  • precher, from Lat.

  • Such migration (Lat.

  • The Lat Masjid, or Pillar Mosque, was built by Dilawar Khan in 1405 out of the remains of Jain temples.

  • At the close of the century Dilawar Khan, the builder of the Lat Masjid, who had been appointed governor in 1399, practically established his independence, his son Hoshang Shah being the first Mahommedan king of Malwa.

  • See also bibliography in Hubner and Mayor's Lat.

  • DENSITY (Lat.

  • EISLEBEN (Lat.

  • Its name is derived from 'the Lat.

  • TEXAS, a south central state of the United States of America, extending from lat.

  • COMBUSTION (from the Lat.

  • The crown (Lat.

  • ASSUMPTION The feast of the "Assumption of the blessed Virgin Mary" (Lat.

  • HERMANDAD (from hermano, Lat.

  • MEXICO CITY, capital of the Republic of Mexico and chief town of the Federal District, near the southern margin of the great central plateau of Mexico, in lat.

  • of the De mensura (Dicuil's tract on grammar is lost); of these the earliest and best are (I) Paris, National Library, Lat.

  • First principles - speculative or practical - are Soyµara, Lat.

  • REGENT (from Lat.

  • OFFICIAL (Late Lat.

  • CENSUS (from Lat.

  • 'ALBION (in Ptolemy'AXoviwv; Lat.

  • and lat.

  • of Lat.

  • Visuracha, Wisura, Lat.

  • pelegrin is not found), from Lat.

  • The Lat.

  • Late Lat.

  • son from Lat.

  • In these senses the word has frequently been referred to Lat.

  • STOLE (Lat.

  • ARBITRATION (Lat.

  • and, osephus; the Lat.

  • cointe, from Lat.

  • cognitus, known, probably influenced by association with Lat.

  • ADAPTATION (from Lat.

  • Estimated revenue, £70,000; tribute to Sindhia paid through the 1 Lat.

  • datte; distinguish "date," in chronology, from Lat.

  • non, Dutch noen, are all from Lat.

  • scrutin, Late Lat.

  • SODIUM [[[symbol]] Na, from Lat.

  • RESIDUE (through the French, from the Lat.

  • St Martinsberg; Lat.

  • PRIOR (from Lat.

  • paysan; Lat.

  • JUSTICE (Lat.

  • xoai, Lat.

  • Xoe(3r7, Lat.

  • MS. Lat.

  • In the North Pacific, beyond lat.

  • furet, Late Lat.

  • CHAPEL, a place of religious worship, 1 a name properly applied to that of a Christian religious body, but sometimes to any small temple of pagan worship (Lat.

  • chapele, modern chapelle, from the Late Lat.

  • of mercury at 0°, lat.

  • X 67rapSos) was given by the ancients to an animal supposed to have been a cross between a lion (Lat.

  • Speaking generally, the four seasons are clearly marked north of lat.

  • For a time he nominally held sway over about two-thirds of the country - roughly, from lat.

  • Io), contained in the unique MS. lat.

  • casulla; Late Lat.

  • SUMMUM BONUM (Lat.

  • scrupule, Lat.

  • MUNICIPIUM (Lat.

  • rroce7TE, Lat.

  • mylen, later myln, or miln, adapted from the late Lat.

  • It occurs naturally in red ants (Lat.

  • 'EQUATOR (Late Lat.

  • ABBEY (Lat.

  • - (Milman's Lat.

  • - (Lat.

  • CONFIRMATION (Lat.

  • of the Federal capital, in lat.

  • CIRCLE (from the Lat.

  • COMPENSATION (from Lat.

  • From this eastward to the state of Maine the boundary is an artificial line nearly corresponding to lat.

  • At the international boundary in lat.

  • wide, but in lat.

  • in width, and to the north of lat.

  • In a country like Canada ranging from lat.

  • 50° near the Lake-of-theWoods, in lat.

  • 55° at the northern end of James Bay, and in lat.

  • ARKANSAS, a river of the United States of America, rising in the mountains of central Colorado, near Leadville, in lat.

  • nunne, from Lat.

  • LAMELLIBRANCHIA (Lat.

  • This bird, which ranges over the North Atlantic, is seldom seen on the European side below lat.

  • LÃrche, Lat.

  • FONTEVRAULT, or Fontevraud (Lat.

  • resine, modern resine, from Lat.

  • EMIGRATION (from Lat.

  • PEACE (Lat.

  • FAMINE (Lat.

  • good news, a translation of Lat.

  • ELECTION (from Lat.

  • men, meien or moien, modern ntoyen, from the late Lat.

  • CONSECRATION (Lat.

  • nouensides (" gods of the nine seats "); (4) the river name Farfarus, beside pure Lat.

  • 19) rightly lays some stress on the fact that the name in Greek form is simply Kvpvos (not Koip7vos: whereas Lat.

  • RELICS (Lat, reliquiae, the equivalent of the English "remains" in the sense of a dead body), the name given in the Catholic Church to,(I) the bodies of the saints, or portions of them,(2) such objects as the saints made use of during their lives, or as were used at their martyrdom.

  • KEpKvpa or KopKvpa, Lat.

  • oignon, Lat.

  • I), and in the centre of the whole fort, is the Headquarters, in Lat.

  • The mill proper, however, which was derived from the Romans, as its name (mylen, from Lat.

  • The term applied to both the cities and the fortresses of the Romans was ceaster (Lat.

  • EXPERT (Lat.

  • ANGLE (from the Lat.

  • A decree of Lord Chancellor Hardwicke, in 1750, settled the MarylandDelaware dispute and led to the survey in1763-1767of the boundary between Pennsylvania and Maryland (lat.

  • The capital is Curico, on the Mataquito river, in lat.

  • SOLUTION (from Lat.

  • chevalerie, from Late Lat.

  • From Gadeira (Punic Gader, Lat.

  • vermine, formed as if from Lat.

  • From Lat.

  • bisceop, from Lat.

  • MAIN (Lat.

  • The last point of departure was at a point called G in lat.

  • The word is derived from the Lat.

  • The classical Greek form dvaOn�a (Lat.

  • MISSIONS (Lat.

  • BEAUCE (Lat.

  • The botanical name is from Lat.

  • ACCOMMODATION (Lat.

  • petrone, from Lat.

  • COMMENTARII (Lat.

  • A1TVrt, from a'19cw, burn; Lat.

  • advouson, from Lat.

  • beguins, Lat.

  • Rhone, Lat.

  • ("besert" comes from Lat.

  • of the Commentaria in Apocalypsin are (1-3) Paris, National Library, Lat.

  • 8878; Lat.

  • form of the Lat.

  • lat.) reaches 437 fathoms. This, the middle section of the Caspian, which extends as far as the Apsheron peninsula, receives the Terek and several smaller streams (e.g.

  • lat.) the southern boundary of the middle section of the Caspian.

  • copeis or coupeis, from Late Lat.

  • colpare, to cut with a blow; co/pas, the Late Lat.

  • couperose; Lat.

  • IRRIGATION (Lat.

  • retraite, from Lat.

  • Both words are to be referred to Lat.

  • EXPULSION (Lat.

  • When we come, however, below 65° lat.

  • North of lat.

  • heure, from Lat.

  • cruaute, from the Lat.

  • UKbpobov; Lat.

  • If it has any connexion with Lat.

  • ARCHDUKE (Lat.

  • the "kindly," from Lat.

  • apµa, Lat.

  • as, Lat.

  • TRANSYLVANIA 2 (Lat.

  • ARAL, a lake or inland sea in the west of Asia, situated between lat.

  • The hill is almost surrounded by old walls, while on the summit are the remains of the famous castle of the Kaleh Shubha (Lat.

  • assa; Lat.

  • form diocess - current until the 19th century - from Lat.

  • PECORA (plural of Lat.

  • CEMENT (from Lat.

  • The Dombes (Lat.

  • of the Nile in lat.

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