Maariv, p. 1/NRG Hebrew) Netanyahu's point man on Bedouin relocation says plan still on track - Maj. Gen. (res.
Jes read yer book an res easy till I sens it ter de dining-room.
But let them not steal that from any life that makes all the res' of it beautiful with dreams of it.
They give strength to bear the res angusta domi of arts and the beginnings of all science by inspiring us with faith.
"There's an old yarn about a buried gold-mine some'res in these waters," he drawled.
The hall was astonishingly narrow, but the room we were told to "Jes' go in an' res' yo'se'fs in yander!"
Such things were res sanctae, res sacrae and res religiosae.
I did n't like to own that the res angusto had anything to say to it.
According to Grotius, all things originally were res nullius.
Perhaps the deliverance from res angusta domi helped him to paint better.
"with reference to," used from c.1700 in legalese, from Latin (in) re "in the matter of," from ablative case of res "matter, thing." Its use is execrated by Fowler in three different sections of "Modern English Usage."
The symbol for the element rhenium.
The symbol for rhenium.
In the middle of the action. Epics often begin in medias res. For example, the Odyssey, which tells the story of the wanderings of the hero Odysseus, begins almost at the end of his wanderings, just before his arrival home. In medias res is a Latin phrase used by the poet Horace; it means “in the middle of things.”
An Indian reservation: He won't get off the res (1990s+)