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2017-02-26 Latin - grammar:

Dear Robert,    1.“…nec ulla miseratio contingit iis, qui patiuntur iniurias, quas posse fieri faciendo docuerunt, …” (Seneca, Epistulae morales ad Lucilium, 81.19) literally means:”…no (nec ulla) pity

2017-02-26 Italian Language - use of "quest":

Dear Rich,    the use of the elided form of the demonstrative adjective “questo” is  optional before masculine singular and feminine singular words starting with a vowel,though the elided form sounds often

2017-02-25 Military History - Enquiry:

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2017-02-25 Latin - Pronunciation of the Diphthong "Ae":

In Classical Latin, "ae" is a diphthong, that is, a vowel composed of two sounds, the "a" and the "e."  The diphthong was pronounced as in the modern English word "aye" ("ah" with a glide to "ay" at the

2017-02-25 Islam - dream &action:

Bismillahir-Rahmanir-Rahim (In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)    Assalmalaikum    Dear Brother/Sister,    DREAMS  ------      I am so sorry i do not have knowledge of dream interpretation


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