SCIENCE IS DEPRESSIN… on What does perfect mean?
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The Confessions of St. Aurelius Augustine In thirteen books Book I I. 1 You are great, O Lord, and greatly praiseworthy: great is Your strength and Your wisdom is beyond numeration. Man wishes to praise You, a part of Your … Continue reading
Book I Prologue My mind intends to speak of forms changed into new bodies. O gods, inspire the work which I begin—for you changed yourselves and those things— And establish my poem perpetual From the first source of the world … Continue reading
As a student of Latin, I often come across a problem with which most students of language never have to deal: “How to pronounce it?” As the language has developed, so has its pronunciation. If English is spoken differently in the … Continue reading