ambage


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a style that involves indirect ways of expressing things

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It was also alleged to have attempted to bite Ambage, who was trying to regain control of it.
It is worth noting that Apuleius's word ambages was the Latin word most often used for the windings and blind alleys of labyrinths.
It was also alleged to have attempted to bite Ambage who was trying to regain control of it.
Cette route transformera la region a une zone d'integration economique et de communication sociale", a-t-il sans ambages indique.
Socrates, devastated by what he calls the 'slippery windings and shifting attacks and alternating reversals of Fortune' (fortunarum lubricas ambages et instabiles incursiones et reciprocas vicissitudines) covers his blushing head with a tattered cloak leaving the rest of his body naked (et cum dicto sutili centunculo faciem suam iam dudum punicantem prae pudore obtexit ita ut ab umbilico pube tenus cetera corporis renudaret).
Tout d'abord, le juge Lamer presente sans ambages un message positif quant a la competence et la legitimite du pouvoir judiciaire de definir largement les principes de justice fondamentale et rejette les critiques relatives aux dangers de l'activisme judiciaire.
Les maoistes discreditaient sans ambages les SAIS, CAP et Empresas Comunales (Entreprises Communales / EP) qui, aux fortes pretentions collectivistes, regissaient en fait des regimes de propriete privee aux interets contraires a ceux des paysans (79).
In front of the International Congress of Writers in Madrid in 1937, Guillen declared, sans ambages, his racial affiliation: "Pues bien: yo vengo aqui, camaradas, a traer la voz de uno de los grupos .
En outre Chauveau s'inscrit dans un mouvement international, et le revele sans ambages en defendant son initiative :
A Caraquet, en 1904, un predecesseur de Mgr Antonuitti, Mgr Donato Sbarretti (1856-1939) s'etait fait dire sans ambages par le president de la Societe Nationale L'Assomption, le docteur Francois-Xavier Comeau (1862-1944) que :
Para decirlo sin ambages, los ninos con NEE todavia reciben una educacion inferior, y aunque la retorica sobre integracion en cuanto proceso puede servir para oscurecer o mistificar este hecho, la realidad sigue siendo la misma.
10 quadraphonic 1971-74 electroacoustic sound, amplification, and optional lighting Ambages Solo flute 1964 3 The Angel of Death Solo piano, chamber 1998-2001 40-43 orchestra, 6-channel computer-processed sound Archipelago Chamber ensemble and 1982-83 29-31 4- or 8-channel computer-processed sound Autumn Island Solo marimba 1986 9 (Islands from Archipelago: II) Compass Tenor, bass, cello, 1972-73 14 double bass, quadraphonic electroacoustic sound, 35 mm slide projections Continuum Viola and cello 1960 7 (unpublished) Dervish Jazz trio and tape 1962 19 (unpublished) Dionysus Chamber ensemble 1990 28 The Dream of Solo cello, 1986 6 Infinite Rooms orchestra, quadraphonic computer-processed sound Fantasy for Pianist Solo piano 1964 24 Fiery Wind Orchestra 1977 15 .
21) Given the context of his profound outrage at the papacy as an ungodly foreign force polluting the spiritual development of Christendom, Foxe is found, unsurprisingly, to insist that in the doings of the Inquisition 'all is done in hugger-mugger, & in close corners, by ambages, by couert waies, and secret counselles.
En ese sentido, es posible retomar las palabras de Gonzalez Navarro (1957: 184) y decir "sin ambages que la politica demografica del regimen de Diaz fracaso completamente: no consiguio disminuir notablemente la mortalidad, ni tampoco recibir una cuantiosa inmigracion, ni menos aprovechar en la agricultura a los pocos extranjeros venidos".
Aunger, lui, conclut sans ambages que "pour des generations de francophones perdues a l'assimilation, [1]es nouveaux droits [recemment "reconnus"] arrivent trop tard" pour les francophones de l'Alberta (19.