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1. Dixit et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, Ambrosiaeque comae divinum vertice odorem Spiravere; pedes vestis defluxit ad imos, Et vera incessu patuit dea

2. Avertens semitas in quietem - ‹Turning the paths into rest,‘ which the Jewish exposition explains to mean, ‹Thou shalt build walls so high that no enemy can enter them.‘ So Grotius renders it, ‹Turning thy paths to rest;‘ that is, thou shalt leave no way of access to robbers.

3. Dixit et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, Ambrosiaeque comae divinum vertice odorem Spiravere; pedes vestis defluxit ad imos, Et vera incessu patuit dea.

4. Dixit, et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, ambrosiaeque comae divinum vertice odorem spiravere, Only carry on and direct your steps to where the path takes you.' She spoke, and turning away she reflected the light from her rose-tinted neck and breathed a divine perfume from her head of ambrosial hair:

5. Tu modo rumpe moras portasque intrare patentes adpropera! sic fata iubent; namque urbe receptus 585 rex eris et sceptro tutus potiere perenni.” rettulit ille pedem torvamque a moenibus urbis Avertens faciem “procul, a! procul omnia” dixit “talia di pellant! multoque ego iustius aevum exul agam, quam me videant Capitolia regem.” dixit et extemplo populumque …

6. Avertens semitas in quietem - 'Turning the paths into rest,' which the Jewish exposition explains to mean, 'Thou shalt build walls so high that no enemy can enter them.' So Grotius renders it, 'Turning thy paths to rest;' that is, thou shalt leave no way of access to robbers

7. Contextual translation of "et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit," into English

8. Dixit et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, ambrosiaeque comae divinum

9. Alter voluntas hominis, sponte se a Deo Avertens

10. Avertens patria de tibi credita Tam morbos animi, quam requiescere Quidquid non sinit incolas

11. To turn away, retire, withdraw: Avertens roseā cervice refulsit (sc

12. "Discordiae Avertens" Awarded by Consular Edict for preventing admin abuse

13. Avertens patria de tibi credita tam morbos animi, quam requiescere quidquid non sinit incolas

14. Avertens patria de tibi credita tam morbos animi, quam requiescere quidquid non sinit incolas

15. Baysights "Discordiae Avertens" "Filius Plutonem" "Thot Destroyer" "Architecto Aquitaniae" MarkEmblox "Pater Patriae" "Pater Senatus" "Germania Amicus" "Deorum" "Vir Illustris" "Magister Civilis" "The Top" "Rex Germania" "Vir Radiosus"

16. Avertens semitas in quietem - ' Turning the paths into rest,' which the Jewish exposition explains to mean, ' Thou shalt build walls so high that no enemy can enter them.' So Grotius renders it, ' Turning thy paths to rest;' that is, thou shalt leave no way of access to robbers

17. Dixit et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, / ambrosiæque comæ divinum vertice odorem / spiravere; pedes vestis defluxit ad imos, / et vera incessu patuit dea

18. Alter voluntas hominis, sponte se a Deo Avertens

19. She maintained her disguise for the whole time the two were talking, and then, just as she turns away, she drops it: dixit, et Avertens … vera incessu patuit dea (402–5)

20. Dixit, et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, ambrosiaeque comae divinum v?rtice odorem spiravere; pedes vest?s defluxit ad imos, et vera incessu patuit dea

21. I noticed, too, how softly she trod and with a gliding motion which, though she was perhaps of a little less than moderate stature, gave an impression of regal dignity– _ et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit __A_mbrosiaeque comae divinum vertice odorem __S_piravere, pedes vestis defluxit ad imos, __E_t vera incessu patuit Dea.

22. Isaiah 58:12 et aedificabuntur in te deserta saeculorum fundamenta generationis et generationis suscitabis et vocaberis aedificator sepium Avertens semitas in quietem Read verse in The Latin Vulgate

23. Avertens Softwares Pvt Ltd Tamil Nadu, India

24. Avertens participle; averto v; avia n * avia maternis * avia paternis * aviarium n; aviarius adj n; avica * avicula n; avicularius n; avide adv; avidissimus adj; aviditas n; aviditer adv; avidus adj * avipes adj; avis n * avitus adj; avium n; avius adj; avocandus participle; avocans participle; avocaturus participle; avocatus participle; avoco

25. Dixit, & Avertens rosea cervice refulsit: Ambrosiaeque comae divinum vertice odorem Spiravere: pedes vestis defluxit ad imos: Et vera incessu patuit dea

26. Tatoeba.org Sentence 5982009 "Dixit et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, / ambrosiæque comæ divinum vertice odorem / spiravere; pedes vestis defluxit ad imos, / et vera incessu patuit dea.

27. Avertens semitas in quietem - ‹Turning the paths into rest,‘ which the Jewish exposition explains to mean, ‹Thou shalt build walls so high that no enemy can enter them.‘ So Grotius renders it, ‹Turning thy paths to rest;‘ that is, thou shalt leave no way of access to robbers

28. Dixit et Avertens rosea cervice refulsit, / ambrosiæque comæ divinum vertice odorem / spiravere; pedes vestis defluxit ad imos, / et vera incessu patuit dea

29. Eze 18:28 - considerans enim et Avertens se ab omnibus iniquitatibus suis quas operatus est vita vivet et non morietur

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What does advertent mean in Latin?

borrowed from Latin advertent-, advertens, present participle of advertere "to direct (attention) toward, pay heed (to)" — more at advert entry 1 “Advertent.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/advertent. Accessed 19 Apr. 2020. What made you want to look up advertent?

What is advertent recklessness?

Advertent recklessness and willful blindness are also culpable as implicit right-denials authorizing punishment, because the agent chooses a wrongful risk. After all, in these days of general contraceptive measures, both natural and mechanical, the birth of a child is generally an advertent and intended act.

Is advertent thesis being espoused?

Resultantly, the advertent thesis being espoused is that drought causes famine. Any advertent or inadvertent delay can seriously jeopardize his health,' he added. Putting aside the question whether this leak was advertent or inadvertent, the grumble made during the discourse has exposed inside feelings of the coalition partners.

What does inadvertent mean?

But inadvertent has another, older meaning: "inattentive" or "not focusing the mind on a matter." The established meaning of advertent falls opposite that older sense of inadvertent. Does this mean that advertent never means "intentional"? Not exactly.

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