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1. The soldiers are so brave that they always conquer the enemy.
2. The danger is so great that no ships can be saved.
3. So great a storm had arisen that all the sailors were terrified.
4. He escaped so quickly that no one could catch him.

1. Tam fortes sunt milites ut semper hostem vincant.
2. Tantum est periculum ut nullae naves servari possint.
3. Tanta tempestas coorta erat ut omnes nautae timerent. ...
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Texts in Greek

Does anyone have a convenient source for classics in Greek?
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Hahaha... crazy Google ads!

I know Textkit is about Greek but... :roll:

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I'm a father!

Hi, all!
My daughter is born yesterday. Normal delivery. 2.98kg. I'll be soon posting her picture on my blog home page. My wife's breastfeeding her, though she's not recovered completely. I'm singing her the birth blessing from time to time. :)
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Intro and a Latin translation on an old German toy

Hello , My name is Rick, father of three children who also is an avid antique lover and I also restore old automobiles as a hobby.
I live in cold Ohio near the great lakes and long for a warm 70 degree spring day.
I came across an old antique toy said to be from a German Separatist society who formed a small village in Ohio called Zoar. This item is an a childs washstand ...
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Summers answer Key

Does anyone know of an answer key to Ray Summers "Essentials of New Testament Greek"?


Broadman 1950 edition (not the new one)
ISBN - 0-8054-1309-x
4213-09
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Dates

I know this may be a bit off from plain Latin but I was wondering is this the correct way to write a date:

MMIV Anno Domine

Or

Anno Domine: MMIV

Thanks
Andy
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Cicero's De Senectute

This group: http://discussions.seniornet.org/cgi-bi ... 7391ea7/59 is reading De Senectute in Latin and producing their own translation.
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the future of books??

hey all :D

there has been a lot of clamor over the future of writing and the production of paper based books. i personally prefer reading from off the screen , i have a pretty huge p2p ebook collection , but i think ethically the paper based book is an outstanding experience in this era of computational shrinkage (im only differently quoting ..moores law). i mean ...
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some computer help please.

I am only barely computer-literate. Some of you are very literate if not experts when it comes to computers, so I have a question for you.

My home-page for going on the web has always been www1.sympatico.ca/
Just recently, for some reason my home page has changed and I have to go through several windows and pop-ups just to get to my mail box.
I can't seem to get it changed back to sympatico.
Does ...
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