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posthumous

[pos′chəməs]
Etymology: L, post, after, humare, to bury
after a person's death.

post·hu·mous

(pos'chū-mŭs)
Denotes occurring after a person's death.
[L. postumus, last, corrupted by attraction to humus, earth, burial]

posthumous

(pŏs′tū-mŭs) [L. postumus, last]
1. Occurring after death.
2. Born after the death of the father.
3. Said of a child taken by cesarean section after the death of the mother.
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Bethan Cullinane is delightful as the young Innogen but Hiran Abeysekera was less convincing as Posthumus and at times inaudible.
Subsequently, in December 2011 and January 2012, Monisha Merchant from Senator Bennet's office, Pam Reichert from Metro Denver Economic Development Corp and I led a team that drafted and submitted Colorado's Business Case for a Satellite Patent Office," Posthumus said.
Although the play deals with the foolishness of Cymbeline as the King of Britain, Shakespeare makes Posthumus and Imogen central characters.
The host of linguists, inter afia Meinhof (1948); Van Wyk (1953); Van Eeden (1956); De Clercq (1958); Lanham (1971); Von Staden (1973); Wilkes (1974) and Posthumus (1978) and (1988) who have postulated an underlying stative copulative verb stem -*li (and *-si in the negative) for Zulu have either not motivated the postulation or have based their postulation on the presence of these copulative verb sterns in languages such as the Sotho languages.
Die kopulatiewe statu -ba is al redelik omvattend deur navorsers soos Van Wyk (1953), Posthumus (1978) en Taljard (1999) ondersoek en grammaties beskryf.
It is set in early Roman Britain and features three inter-connecting stories including the one involving her character Imogen and her lover Posthumus who are driven apart by a cunning villain.
5, she defeated her Republican opponent, Dick Posthumus, the lieutenant governor, 51 percent to 48 percent.
Piet Posthumus added: "She is traumatised by the possibility her life is under threat because of what has happened.
Jim was so busy hamming it up for the crowd that he didn't notice, Dick Posthumus just stood there smiling like a deer in the headlights, the Attorney General sat idly by and didn't lift a finger to intervene, and David Bonior said, "Let him stay.
Richard Posthumus (R) and pro-abortion attorney general Jennifer Granholm (D).
Perhaps reference to Posthumus Meyjes's classic work on Gerson could have served as a useful antidote to B.
discards her reverence for Posthumus when, mid-pilgrimage, she discovers