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  • Look up "composite" on Perseus Dictionaries | Perseus KWIC | Perseus Corpora | Wiktionary | Wikipedia | Google | LSJ full text search compŏsĭtē: adv.,
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  • (würdevoll, ernst, z. B. sententia, oratio). – Adv.modulate (z. B. incedere). – composite (z. B. ambulare). – Abgemessenheit, des Ganges, incedendi modulatio. *
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  • man schritt zur o. Stimmensammlung, ordine consuli coeptum est. – Adv.composite; disposite; discripte; ordine; ordinatim. – etwas o. erzählen, alqd ordine
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  • quaecunque res inciderit, quae sit dictione explicanda, prudenter et composite et ornate et memoriter dicet cum quādam actionis etiam dignitate, id. ib
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  • Infin. (unterrichten, z. B. alqm militiam: u. boves per mille passus composite et sine pavore ambulare). – jmd. so a., daß er etc., alqm in eam consuetudinem
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  • together, compounded, composite, Pl.Phd.78c, al.; of a centaur, διαιρετὸς . . καὶ πάλιν σ. X.Cyr.4.3.20, cf. Lys.l.c.; τὸ σ. the composite part of man, Arist
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  • [en parl. du style] avec une liaison harmonieuse des mots : Or. 149 ; composite et apte dicere Cic. Or. 236, s’exprimer en phrases bien agencées et liées ;
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  • -um, concretior -or -us, concretissimus -a -um ADJ :: composed/formed; composite; concrete; solid/hard/stiff/frozen; matted; dense concretus concretus concreta
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  • several parts or members, system, Pl.Epin.991e, Arist.GA740a20; of the composite whole of soul and body, Epicur.Ep.1p.21U.; τὸ ὅλον σ. τοῦ σώματος D.H.
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  • 8, Phld.Rh.1.130 S., D.H.Comp.4, Str.1.1.23; collection of treatises, composite volume, D.L.7.190 sqq.: pl., Ptol.Tetr. 16, Gal.19.200; rules for construction
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  • quam vel acutissime sine eloquentia cogitare, Cic. Off. 1, 44, 156; cf.: composite, ornate, copiose eloqui, id. de Or. 1, 11, 48: eloquendi facultas, Quint
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  • of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Its English name is the Late Latin composite form of the Greek name Areios Pagos, translated "Ares Rock" (Ancient Greek:
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  • indutus, Gell. 1, 5, 2: composite et apte dicere, Cic. Or. 71, 236: composite, ornate, copiose eloqui, id. de Or. 1, 11, 48: composite atque magnifice casum
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  • multitude present, ὁ ὄχλος πολύς (the noun forming with the adjective a single composite term, like our) the common people, T WH Tr marginal reading; cf. Buttmann
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  • § 128. 345. Hermathena or Hermathene (Ancient Greek: Ἑρμαθήνη) was a composite statue, or rather a herm, which may have been a terminal bust or a Janus-like
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  • genre subjects (such as still life) into painting. He contributed to the composite method of composition, and may have originated an approach to, and thus
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  • suggestively: sententiose (dicere) sine verborum et ordine et modo (opp. composite) et apte sine sententiis, Cic. Or. 71, 236: oratione habitā graviter et
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  • Vidi ego tuam lacrimulam, Cic. Planc. 31, 76: res autem se sic habet: composite et apte sine sententiis dicere insania est, the truth is this, id. Or.
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  • hence), "any first thing, from which the others belonging to some series or composite whole take their rise; an element, first principle". The word denotes specifically:
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  • of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. Its English name is the Late Latin composite form of the Greek name Areios Pagos, translated "Ares Rock" (Ancient Greek:
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