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From: "D. Spencer Hines" <>
Subject: Re: Finis, Back To The Banu Qasi
Date: Fri, 8 Oct 2004 22:52:47 -0000
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Good, Chico -- And On Point.
Peter simply doesn't understand the points you are making and willfully
ignores them -- as is obvious.
Bad Form & Bad Show On His Part.
I Expected Far Better From Him.
One of his MAJOR ERRORS is to see everything in terms of Latin
translations into ENGLISH -- while ignoring translations into OTHER
Further, as you restate and I emphasized before, METAPHORICAL MEANINGS
must be taken into account in this discussion.
Francisco Antonio Doria" <> wrote in
| Just a brief note, which I should have posted earlier
| 1) Quicherat, 1869 ed., p. 1160, 2nd column:
| superficialiter - Cassiodorus. Superficiellement (au
| Now I add: there is always a chance that the intended
| meaning was literal, but the metaphorical meaning must
| be taken into account.
| 2) The discussion about non sequitur is... a non
| sequitur ;-))
| 3) Portuguese has some very archaic features, and is
| quite close to Latin.
| 4) Lat. non has an obscure etimology, for the standard
| derivation (ne + unus/unum) actually led to forms
| still extant today (Port. nenhum, ne + nasalization +
| And - this has nothing to do with genealogy. I give up
| and will be back to the banu Qasi, a much easier
| subject ;-)))
| PS: These deponent verbs have an apparent active
| meaning (stress apparent; the passive meaning is
| clear, as I've said, in some constructions in my
| language). But they are conjugated according to a
| medio-passive ending system.
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