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esse

(ˈɛsɪ)
n
1. (Philosophy) existence
2. (Philosophy) essential nature; essence
[C17: from Latin: to be]
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My income was (patrem familias vendacem, non emacem esse oportet), from Nine bushels and twelve quarts of beans sold ..
For the speech breathes throughout a spirit of defiance, (ut non supplex aut reus sed magister aut dominus videretur esse judicum' (Cic.
Bayham Badger IN ESSE, I possess the original and have no copy."
Aquinas adopts the Procline triadic schema of participant/participated/unparticipated in his understanding of beings (entia), the esse (53) that they participate, and God as ipsum esse.
Pelo fato de ser uma mulher afro-americana com um conjunto particular de experiencias educacionais, profissionais e de vida, meu trabalho sobre mulheres negras reflete esse movimento perpetuo entre comunidades interpretativas da academia, da familia e da vida como uma mulher negra na sociedade estadunidense.
Jade Sayo gave the visitors thelead in the 40th minute before debutant Engesha and substitute Esse Akida scored in the 42nd and 80th minutes respectively.
Cabe ao designer entender as dinamicas impostas por esse espaco.
All but ESES (= esses) are in Chambers Official Scrabble Words.