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  1. Jan 2022
    1. edito

      edo, edire; = perexcelsus

    2. perstringere

      perstringo: tie up; touch upon

    3. ordiri

      ordio, -ire: to begin to weave (literally or figuratively)

    4. coarguitur

      coarguo, -ere: prove guilty

    5. infitiandi

      gerund, active in voice infitior, ari - to deny

    6. Qui

      "How" (Qui can also be ablative, in an archaic form)

    7. adamasti

      ad+amo, amare

    8. defertur

      see note on deferunt in 99

    9. deferunt

      defero can specifically mean reporting to the officials, giving information, ratting someone out, petitioning for action

    10. aeditumi

      = custos (aedes + tueor)

    11. bucina

      a trumpet

    12. num

      "whether" (introduces an indirect question)

    13. Noli

      Second person singular imperative of nolo, nolle

    14. arulae

      diminutive form of ara, arae, f.

    15. signa

      can mean "signs" generally, but here means sculptures or statues

  2. Dec 2021
    1. Numquam tam male est Siculis quin aliquid facete et commode dicant, velut in hac re aiebant in labores Herculis non minus hunc immanissimum verrem quam illum aprum Erymanthium referri oportere

      Numquam tam male est Siculis

      • quin aliquid facete et commode dicant,
      • velut in hac re aiebant
      • **in labores Herculis non minus hunc immanissimum verrem quam illum aprum Erymanthium referri oportere

      quin - "but that," "that...not" verres, -is = aper, apri - wild boar (a pun on Verres' name) refero, referre - to report, relate, tell the story of facete - cleverly, facetiously

    2. sigilla perparvula

      diminutives of signum and parvus

    3. fors

      fors, fortis - luck, chance

    4. vectibus

      vectis, -is - lever

    5. convulsis repagulis ecfractisque valvis

      ablative absolute<br> convulsus - shaken, torn apart<br> repagula, -ae - bolt<br> valva, -ae - door

    6. clavis ac fustibus

      clava, -ae and fustis, -is are both types of cudgel/club

    7. mulcati

      mulco, -are - to beat

    8. rictum eius ac mentum

      rictus, -i, n. smile/mouth <br> mentum, -i, n. chin

    9. praefuisse

      praesum, praeesse: to be in charge of (the thing you're in charge of goes in the dative)

    10. commodaturum

      commodo, -are - to lend future active participle (esse implied makes it a future infinitive)

    11. veri simile

      "similar to the truth" = "plausible" or "likely"

    12. pecuniarum captarum

      These are all genitives of legal charge <br> pecuniam + capio = take a bribe (or maybe extort money, here?)

    13. tamquam

      "as though," "as if"

    14. spectat

      specto, -are can mean "pertain to" or "be relevant to"

    15. peculatus

      <"peculation" in English - embezzling public funds

    16. opus est

      "there is need of" + ablative or nominative (+ dative of the person who needs it)

    17. disposite

      in an organized/orderly way

    18. obriguisset

      obrigesco: to go stiff or rigid

    19. usque eo

      "up to that point" or "to that degree" (usque = as far as)

    20. divaricari

      divarico, -are - to spread out

    21. caederetur

      caedo, caedere - to strike, beat, cut down, or kill (not in this case, though)

  3. Nov 2021
  4. Oct 2021
    1. glissades

      a way of sliding down a steep slope of snow or ice, typically on the feet with the support of an ice axe.

    2. meristem

      a formative plant tissue usually made up of small cells capable of dividing indefinitely and giving rise to similar cells or to cells that differentiate to produce the definitive tissues and organs.

  5. Aug 2021
    1. derrick

      "A machine for hoisting and moving heavy objects, consisting of a movable boom equipped with cables and pulleys and connected to the base of an upright stationary beam." - thefreedictionary.com

    2. grove

      a small wood, orchard, or group of trees. -Oxford Dictionaries

  6. Jan 2021
  7. Jun 2019
    1. wasteful

      Adjective:(of a person, action, or process) using or expending something of value carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose.

  8. May 2019
  9. Jan 2019
    1. Of course men haven't been discriminated against as much a women in the work place. Men are "meant" to do jobs in STEM, while women aren't really seen in the STEM program as much. Women deserve to be recognized in anything as much as men are they're just as good.

  10. Dec 2018
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      What is our praxis here? What do we advocate for here? The whole article is just stating problems.

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    1. jointure

      An estate settled on a wife for the period during which she survives her husband, in lien of a dower.


    2. dowager

      A widow with a title or property derived from her late husband.


    3. coruscations

      Flashes or sparkles.

    4. pales

      Pales are the stakes of a fence that represent a property boundary.


    5. supernumerary

      (adj) present in excess of the normal or requisite number


    6. half mulatto

      The definition of "mulatto" according to an American census in 1850 is a person who "has from 3/8th to 5/8th black blood." There were no instructions on how to determine the percentage of African ancestry, besides the use of previous censuses and even skin colour. The British and later Americans with Caucasian ancestry were very particular in describing how much African ancestry a person had, which lead to specific rules and regulations on their behaviour.

      Miss Lambe is the first and only person mentioned in Austen's works identified as other than white, and it is interesting that she is rich and the "most important and precious".


    7. assizes

      The assizes were criminal courts of more serious cases, presided over by a judge.


    8. hale

      Hale: retaining exceptional health and vigor, alternatively free from defect, disease, or infirmity. interesting that this the second mention of disease/injury so far.

      Source: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/hale

    9. insalubrious

      Insalubrious: not conducive to health. Note that what is good is characterized as healthy and what is bad is characterized as unhealthy, which is especially significant given that Austen wrote Sanditon while suffering from poor health herself.


    10. milch

      A cow or other domestic mammal kept for its milk.

    11. consumptive

      "Affected with a wasting disease, especially pulmonary tuberculosis." A dated term.

    12. eleemosynary

      Relating to or dependent on charity; charitable.

    13. amelioration

      The act of making something better; improvement.

    14. groom

      Groom refers to someone who is responsible for the management of horses.


    15. the high road

      A now uncommon way of saying main road, but also euphemistically used to describe the most moral way. This text grapples with ethics in business ventures, particularly given the evident gentrification happening in Sanditon as a result of hypochondria that Austen describes as a pass time of the privileged. http://www.oed.com/view/Entry/86929?redirectedFrom=high+road#eid

    16. cottage ornèe

      Cottage ornée or decorated cottage, dates back to a movement of "rustic" stylised cottages of the late 18th and early 19th century during the Romantic movement, when some sought to discover a more "natural" way of living as opposed to the formality of the preceding baroque and neo-classical architectural styles. via https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cottage_orn%C3%A9

      For more on the origins of the cottage ornée (in the Regency era in particular): https://regencyredingote.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/cottage-orn-style/

    17. coadjutor

      (noun): a bishop appointed to assist a diocesan bishop, and often also designated as his successor.

      A diocesan bishop, within various religious denominations, is a bishop (or archbishop) in pastoral charge of a(n arch)diocese, as opposed to a titular bishop or archbishop, whose see is only nominal, not pastoral. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diocesan_bishop

    18. sagacity

      Sagacity refers to showing keen mental discernment or good judgement.


    19. Michaelmas

      Michaelmas is a Christian festival taking place on September 29 which honors the archangel Michael for defeating Satan in the war in Heaven. This article contains specific British traditions and emblems from Michaelmas festivities:


    20. Links to common words/themes throughout the annotations

    21. unremittin
  12. Oct 2018
    1. This document describes a vocabulary for annotating descriptions of vocabularies with examples and usage notes.
  13. Aug 2018
  14. Dec 2017
    1. Creating a habit to use vocabulary in normal classroom talk makes a lot of sense using vocab. in normal conversations so students understand it in a practical manner. I'll develop a habit to use more vocab. while talking with students about peer interactions like: playground issues, talking with peers and friends. If they hear new words and understand them in a real-world context they maintain them long-term. Makes sense! love it!

  15. Sep 2017
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  18. Feb 2017
    1. pancgyrical,

      Definition: a lofty oration or writing in praise of a person or a thing; eulogy.

    2. torpid

      Definition: having lost motion or the power of exertion or feeling; numb

      (I am really into some of Campbell's word choice throughout this whole piece)

  19. Aug 2016
    1. the incentive


    2. overwhelm

      vocab. Need usages with strong emotional impact.

    3. consider

      часто употребляется в каких контекстах? F.e. consider I have two apples.

  20. Apr 2016
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