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de re

(ˈdeɪ ˈreɪ)
adj
(Logic) logic philosophy (of a belief, possibility, etc) relating to the individual rather than to an expression, as the necessity of the number of wonders of the world is prime since that number, seven, is necessarily prime. Compare de dicto
[literally: about the thing]
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References in classic literature ?
De widder she try to git her to say she wouldn' do it, but I never waited to hear de res'.
1072), Collectanea in Vetus Tesramen turn Teseirnonia Dc Canticis Canticorum on Song 4:1: "Quia licet sancti doctores nunc creatorem suum per contemplationis gratiam aspiciunt, latet tamen adhuc magnum aliquid, ad quod in hac corruptibii carne humanae mentis acies non aspirat" (PL 145, 1146); Anselm of Laon, Enarraria in Canticum Canticorum (or at least the author writing under that name) on Song 4:1 "Oculi, id est, tui provisores et diligenter intuentes Sctipturas, sunt columbini absque id est praeter intentionem quac longe pulchrior est" (PL 162, 1205-06); Bruno of Asti, Evposirio in Cantica c anticorum on Song 4:1 "Absque Multa inquit, de re dici possunt.