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1 He learned a bit of Latin.
2 Perhaps the most surprising bout of consolidation and revival, however, has been in Latin America.
3 Tintin finds himself summoned to rescue old friends from a civil war between two Latin American warlords.
4 We firmly support the Asian, African and Latin American people in their struggle for liberation!
5 language teacher pounds Latin into the heads of students.
6 Thousands of English words are derived from Latin.
7 He knows his Latin grammar indifferently, and cannot construe easily.
8 AFTER a string of Latin American election victories for the left, Panama has bucked the trend.
9 The word pretzel comes either from the Latin pretiole, which means "little gift", or from the Italian bracciatelli, which means "small arms".
10 In certain areas of Latin America, I saw little children crawling around on dirt floors, putting rocks and dirt in their mouths hoping it was food.
11 At this moment, countless people in Africa, Asia, Latin America and other places in the world haunted by starvation and poverty are watching us silently with hope in their gaze.
12 Mexican envy at the hoop-la surrounding Brazil, its Latin American rival, has reached a pitch to which only a psychoanalyst could do full justice.
13 the other hand, some Brazilians argue that their country-differentiated by speaking Portuguese and, until recently, geographically isolated from its neighbours-is not really part of Latin America.
14 Latin American ceviche made with seafood typically combines seafood with chilies and lemon or lime juice.
15 As the word came down to English in the 16th century through Latin it narrowed its meaning from including things like garlic to mostly referring to Onions.
16 His dress became as recognized a part of Cuba as he was, with his beard and olive drab becoming an inspiration to blue-collar workers and revolutionaries throughout Latin America and beyond.
17 Europe remains the biggest market, with about 40% of sales, though the strongest growth is in China, Russia, the Middle East and some Latin American countries.
18 Now, however, to the dismay of executives at the firm, two big shareholders are reportedly pushing for a sale of the Asian and Latin American businesses.
19 This is the English translation because the poem is in Latin: because you loved the blush of modesty and a stainless youth and because you did not taste the delight of the marriage-bed, lo!
20 But its distinctive white shawls remain a potent symbol of the quest for justice in Latin America.
21 Fortunately, that is a rarity in today's Latin America.
22 Last week, the us halted all imports of toothpaste from China after reports that products sold in some Latin America countries contained a poisonous chemical.
23 One of the biggest questions for Arab countries, which are beginning to reap their own demographic dividends, is whether they will follow East Asia or Latin America.
24 European Union and Latin American countries made some progress on a deal that would allow Chiquita Brands Inc. and Dole Food Company Inc. to sell more bananas in the EU.
25 OVER the past two centuries Latin America has seen bursts of exaggerated optimism interspersed with long periods of disappointment.
26 The middle of the Latin word "Volvo", is rolling forward the meaning of a symbol of Volvo car wheels rolling forward and the company flourish, promising.
27 This sample code shows that input in any languages is transliterated to Latin alphabet and normalized.
28 It was designed for the Latin alphabet, which was fine when most Internet users came from the West.
29 She said she was working on a sequel which would explain da Vinci's "code", involving signs of the zodiac and his use of the 24 letters of the Latin alphabet to represent the 24 hours of the day.
30 Follis in Latin referred to bellows which were effectively bags of air that could be repeatedly squeezed, resulting in a blowing of oxygen on the hot coals of a fire.