Aristoteles

[ar-uh-stot-l-eez]
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noun

a walled plain in the first quadrant of the face of the moon: about 60 miles (97 km) in diameter.

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Historical Examples of aristoteles

  • He has observed this deficiency in him when talking to Aristoteles on a previous occasion.

  • I am the one whom you mean, Parmenides, said Aristoteles; for I am the youngest and at your service.

  • I am the youngest,' said Aristoteles, 'and at your service; proceed with your questions.'

  • The views of Aristoteles are more in keeping with the bourgeois conceptions.

  • The youngest man of the party, Aristoteles, undertakes the duty of respondent.