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  • 181 Ebonics — /i bon iks/, n. (used with a singular v.) See Black English. Also, ebonics. [1970 75, Amer.; b. of EBONY and PHONICS] * * * ▪ dialect also called  African American Vernacular English (AAVE) , formerly  Black English Vernacular (BEV)  …

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  • 182 Uralic languages — Family of more than 30 languages spoken by some 25 million people in central and northern Eurasia. A primary division is between the Finno Ugric languages, which account for most of the languages and speakers, and the Samoyedic languages. The… …

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  • 183 Modern Hebrew grammar — is the grammar of the Modern Hebrew language. It is partly analytical, expressing such forms as dative, ablative, and accusative using prepositional particles rather than morphological cases. However, inflection plays a decisive role in the… …

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  • 184 Glyptemys insculpta —   Galápago de bosque …

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  • 185 From the beginnings to Avicenna — Jean Jolivet INTRODUCTION Arabic philosophy began at the turn of the second and third centuries of the Hegira, roughly the ninth and tenth centuries AD. The place and the time are important. It was in 133/750 that the ‘Abbāssid dynasty came to… …

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  • 186 Twelfth century (The) — The twelfth century John Marenbon INTRODUCTION The twelfth century began and ended with events which mark it off, at least symbolically, as a discrete period in the history of Western philosophy. It was in about 1100 that Abelard the most wide… …

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  • 187 couple — [ kupl ] n. m. et f. • cople 1190; lat. copula « lien, liaison » I ♦ N. f. 1 ♦ Vén. Lien servant à attacher ensemble deux ou plusieurs animaux de même espèce. 2 ♦ Vx ou Région. Deux choses de même espèce. « une bonne couple de soufflets » (Mme de …

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  • 188 couplé — couple [ kupl ] n. m. et f. • cople 1190; lat. copula « lien, liaison » I ♦ N. f. 1 ♦ Vén. Lien servant à attacher ensemble deux ou plusieurs animaux de même espèce. 2 ♦ Vx ou Région. Deux choses de même espèce. « une bonne couple de soufflets »… …

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  • 189 Kopula — Ko|pu|la 〈f.; , s od. lae [ lɛ:]〉 1. 〈Gramm.〉 durch ein Hilfsverb od. eine Form von „sein“, „werden“, „scheinen“, „bleiben“ gebildeter Teil des zusammengesetzten Prädikats; Sy Kopulativverb, 〈veraltet〉 Satzband; → Lexikon der Sprachlehre 2. 〈bei… …

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  • 190 hypopharyngeal eminence — 1. copula linguae. 2. a median ventral elevation on the embryonic tongue, caudal to the copula; formed by union of the third and fourth pairs of pharyngeal arches. It overgrows the copula during the fifth and sixth weeks and gives rise to the… …

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  • 191 copulativ — COPULATÍV, Ă, copulativi, e, adj. 1. (Despre conjuncţii) Care leagă părţi de propoziţie sau propoziţii de acelaşi fel. ♢ Verb copulativ = verb care intră în alcătuirea predicatului nominal, făcând legătura dintre subiect şi numele predicativ.… …

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  • 192 acto sexual — acto, acto sexual s. cópula. ❙ «Acto sexual. Cópula carnal.» DE. ❘ DRAE: «coito». 2. hacer acto de presencia expr. presentarse, llegar. ❙ «...han querido evitar los llanos verbos presentarse, aparecer, u otro cualquiera que allí hiciera buen… …

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  • 193 quiqui — s. cópula, coito. ❙ «...a menos que prefieras subir directamente a las habitaciones a hacer el kiki. ¿Te apetece? Follo de maravilla. Te la chupo y me lo trago.» Jaume Ribera, La sangre de mi hermano, 1988, RAE CREA. ❙ «...eso de no darle al kiki …

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  • 194 couple — [kup′əl] n. [ME < OFr cople < L copula, a band, link: see COPULA] 1. anything joining two things together; bond; link 2. two things or persons of the same sort that are somehow associated 3. two people, esp. a man and woman, who are engaged …

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  • 195 copular — adjective of or relating to a copula a copular verb • Pertains to noun: ↑copula • Derivationally related forms: ↑copula …

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  • 196 cop|u|late — «KOP yuh layt», intransitive verb, lat|ed, lat|ing. to engage in sexual intercourse. ╂[< Latin cōpulāre join, unite (with English ate1) < cōpula; see etym. under copula (Cf. ↑copula)] …

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  • 197 ARAMAIC — ARAMAIC, an ancient northwestern semitic language spoken (to some extent) to this day. The entry is arranged according to the following outline: ancient aramaic and official aramaic sources syria and its neighboring countries iraq and iran egypt… …

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  • 198 Copulate — Cop u*late, a. [L. copulatus, p. p. of copulare to couple, fr. copula. See {Copula}.] 1. Joined; associated; coupled. [Obs.] Bacon. [1913 Webster] 2. (Gram.) Joining subject and predicate; copulative. F. A. March. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 199 Couple — Cou ple (k[u^]p l), n. [F. couple, fr. L. copula a bond, band; co + apere, aptum, to join. See {Art}, a., and cf. {Copula}.] 1. That which joins or links two things together; a bond or tie; a coupler. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] It is in some sort with …

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  • 200 galvanic couple — Couple Cou ple (k[u^]p l), n. [F. couple, fr. L. copula a bond, band; co + apere, aptum, to join. See {Art}, a., and cf. {Copula}.] 1. That which joins or links two things together; a bond or tie; a coupler. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] It is in some… …

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