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Latino

(lah-tēn′ō)
1. Pert. to Latin-American language, culture, or ethnicity.
2. A person of Latin-American or Spanish-speaking ancestry.
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Gianfranco Folena thinks that this shift could have been influenced by Brunetto Latini's model of practical translation.
Latini said it is interesting to note that an estimated 46 per cent of Malaysians have made sacrifices in order to buy a property, by cutting back on expenditure including cars, holidays and luxury items.
The play, which has its world premiere at Eugene's Very Little Theatre on Friday after a benefit preview tonight, tells of Latini, who finds himself an outcast in Dark World, a place where chaos rules and the Shadow watches over everyone.
ocellaris Bloch and Schneider, 1801 and the red piranha Pygocentrus nattereri Kner, 1858 affected the native fish community, causing the disappearance of some species and a reduction in the abundance of young individuals of others (Godinho et al., 1994; Latini and Petrere, 2004).
In addition, the paragraphs dedicated to Guido Faba, Guittone d'Arezzo (his epistolary), Brunetto Latini (Il Tresor), Il novellino, and Marco Polo are accurately and soberly described.
By Brunetto Latini. Edition and study by Spurgeon Baldwin and Paul Barrette.
...//All this was assembled, impaled, and jooked / upon a long spike..../ And yea verily, that was our first book" In "Brunetto Latini" Goodison transforms Canto XV of Dante's Inferno, shifting the language to a Caribbean idiom: "We buck up a procession of duppies shuffling below / the banking." Goodison meditates with lyrical and imagistic calm on a life lived in multiple worlds in "To Absorb the Green": "Do not leave Xamayca forever, your wild self// sprouts here like long-limbed guinea grass / dispersed, blown about and tossed, seeded first / off the Guinea Coast.
The intimacy of the exchange between the two men, the absence of censorious condemnation of the sinner on the part of Dante, has led a number of scholars to question the exact nature of Latini's error and to try to exonerate him from the taint of homosexuality.(3) Certainly there is reason to think that Latini's transgression may be more complex than it appears at first.
The collection opens with a stimulating yet magisterial survey and analysis by Patrick McGurk of the evidence for the oldest Latin Biblical manuscripts up to 800, as it is presented in Elias Avery Lowe's monumental Codices Latini Antiquiores.