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Ma se a cadere era stato il monaco, perche non ho detto con allegria "il monaco cadde".
The corpse (or cadaver: cadere, to fall), that which has irremediably come a cropper, is cesspool, and death; it upsets .
Wartburg's entry on cadere includes multiple examples of the usage of "cadence" as a musical term throughout the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, for example, "mouvement a temps egaux et uniformes qui imite le rythme musical," and Cotgrave's dictionary defines cadence as "a cadence; a just falling, round going, of words; a proportionable time, or even measure, in any action, or sound.
Visualizatta di solito mediante l' a capo, questa segmentazione e extralinguistica, in tal senso, 'artificiale', fissata e accettata in base a una convenzione letteraria: tanto e vero che la fine del verso puo anche cadere fra elementi del discorso legati in maniera molto stretta dal punto di vista logico e grammaticale.
Cadere e abbattere in indoeuropeo: Sull' etimologia di tedesco fallen, latino aboleo e greco apollumi.
He has created some nice pairings in the Palazzo delle Esposizioni--works by Lygia Pape (1927-2004) next to Wolfgang Tillman's Silver installation (2009), Andre Cadere (1934-78) in a room with Philippe Parreno.
Chance" developed from the Latin cadere, "to fall," and it traces back to Epicurus, who added to Democritus's notion that atoms fell straight toward the earth in a uniform pattern the idea that there were microscopic variations that could not be accounted for by ananke, "necessity.
Cadence or cadenza, as the Latin-versed poet well knew, comes from cadere, to "fall," and where the poet's foot, voice, heart, and thought rhythmically fall determine most everything in Frost's post-Edenic verse.
Ferunt Artificem protinus contemplatum subtilitatem dixisse, Apellem venisse: non enim cadere in alium tam absolutum opus.
The corpse (or cadaver: cadere, to fall), that which has irremediably come a cropper, is cesspool, and death; it upsets even more violently the one who confronts it as fragile and fallacious chance.
Though he elaborately praises his female patrons (he includes the countess's mother in the dedication) as the genre demands, declares the translation their servant, and even describes himself at one point as enjoined to wear "the coller you [the Countess] have put about my neck with your inscription, noli me cadere, nam sum Diana," femaleness is nonetheless associated in the dedication with translation as secondary.
Costui ebbe un leggero fremito, quasi sorpreso di essere strappato dal torpore nel quale sembrava perduto da quando, appena entrato, si era lasciato cadere sulla sedia.
Altrimenti questa aggressivita tornera a rivolgersi contro loro stesse, a farle cadere nella passivita della recriminazione, in quella forma di aggressivita indiretta che impedisce l'espressione di loro risorse interiori e turba profondamente i rapporti con le loro simili e con gli uomini (21).
Cum mundi rota (2) ab igne Tota coeperit ardere Sive flamma concremare, Caelum ut liber plicare (3), Sidera tota cadere (1), Finem seculi (2) venire,
El segundo, caer (en), tenia como antecedente el verbo cadere, convertido muy tempranamente en variante de los verbos latinos incurrere, incidere, e incluso labi (16), a los que sustituyo cada vez con mayor frecuencia.