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Synonyms for lingua

a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity

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Media Contact: Raymond Blakney, Live Lingua, 3394994377, ray@livelingua.
La questione della lingua era infatti di primaria importanza nel periodo post-unitario.
She is also a writer (author of The Lingua Franca of the Corporate Banker), after-dinner speaker and stand-up comedian.
This set of pronunciation features make up the Lingua Franca Core (LFC).
Fica claro aqui que os termos "linguagem poetica", "poesia", "poetico" querem referir-se ao modo de conhecimento e de pensamento do mythos, essa forma de apreensao e compreensao dos fenomenos noologicos do universo, esse aspecto da lingua que Vilem Flusser qualificou de "magico" ou "santo" (Flusser, 2004, p.
A maioria dos alunos e professores de lingua inglesa acredita, portanto, que a LM deve ser usada de maneira esporadica na sala de aula.
Sendo produto de um comportamento social e cultural imbricado, a lingua sofre variacoes de acordo com o meio onde esta inserida.
Os tratadistas Bruni e Zimmerl (1947), Schawarze e Schroder (1970) e Getty (1981) referiram-se ao trajeto de ramos mais calibrosos do nervo lingual, distribuidos na massa muscular do orgao, enquanto Taylor (1955) demonstrou esquemas dos ramos deste nervo na regiao ventral da lingua dos animais domesticos, sem especificar se estes ramos iriam compor o nervo lingual propriamente dito ou fibras linguais do nervo hipoglosso.
Legere's uses the slogan "Let your tastebuds dance with pleasure," and their products will have your lingua waltzing.
English may have been the lingua franca of this conference, but things American took a back seat to considerations of dance and politics in Belgium, India, Oslo, Rio, and Sarajevo.
Words like "co-operation" and "common front" are part of the new lingua franca of Northern Ontario.
Both Oswald Bayer on theology of lament and Dennis Bielfeldt on Luther's theological nova lingua are more purely theological in character, although Bielfeldt gives a profound treatment of the incommensurability of theological language with that of philosophy in late medieval Scholasticism and Luther's theology.
Instead, these radicals or rebels, as they like to call themselves, propose a different explanation according to which (if I have understood it correctly) the Uralic languages originate in a lingua franca, i.
By basing information on a binary lingua franca, it's now possible to sift through masses of data to find just what you need.
Since the Second World War, English has emerged as the world's lingua franca.