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#41 Noihvo

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Posted 30 May 2019 - 08:48

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#42 txomsy

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Posted 30 May 2019 - 11:32

 

I can't even see the image when I click on the link myself from here. It's on my own blog! Psht, I'll find something else. 

You may try inserting an image with the picture icon of the message editor (the one to the left of <>) and then it will prompt for the image URL, paste it there and it should show.

 

Like this:

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I forgot somewhat less of Latin: it was still heavily used in Medicine, specially for Anatomy, and as I got into Moleculat Biology, for taxonomy too.

 

I wouldn't venture to decline "rosa, rosae, rosam, rosas", but I do intend to recover Latin one of this days if I can find the time (I once read a book by Sigmund Freud where he stated he had learnt Spanish only to be able to read Don Quixote in the original language --maybe it was Die Traumdeutung??--, and ever since I strove to read works in their original languages, and I've always wanted to read e.g. Seneca, Erasmus or Newton original works and now you can find the ancient codices for free on the Internet may be the time to undust my Latin).



#43 cheap-skate

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Posted 30 May 2019 - 18:50

@Noivho, that's a gorgeous colour! I personally love teal, should I ever feel like expanding my collection into colour I'll keep this option in mind. Thanks!

 

 

You may try inserting an image with the picture icon of the message editor (the one to the left of <>) and then it will prompt for the image URL, paste it there and it should show.

 

Yeah, that's what I did before, but the forum re-formatted it so that it lost some sharpness. To remedy that I figured I'd also post a link to the original picture so you can really see the feathering in a higher definition, but the link's don't work so well. Ah well! 

 

 

I forgot somewhat less of Latin: it was still heavily used in Medicine, specially for Anatomy, and as I got into Moleculat Biology, for taxonomy too.

 

I wouldn't venture to decline "rosa, rosae, rosam, rosas", but I do intend to recover Latin one of this days if I can find the time (I once read a book by Sigmund Freud where he stated he had learnt Spanish only to be able to read Don Quixote in the original language --maybe it was Die Traumdeutung??--, and ever since I strove to read works in their original languages, and I've always wanted to read e.g. Seneca, Erasmus or Newton original works and now you can find the ancient codices for free on the Internet may be the time to undust my Latin).

 

I was onto something with those conjugations there, but I'm sure I was missing a few :P I googled it, now I have to know again. rosa, rosae, rosae, rosam, rosa. rosae, rosarum, rosis, rosas, rosis. Well, mystery solved.

 

The blessings of the internet! I really love how everything's online these days. Personally, I'd like to learn Brazilian Portuguese before I undust my Latin though, then I can actually talk to some of my more far-off family members! And visit the country one day and actually be able to talk to people there. It's such a beautiful language, I would like to read some original Brazilian works by female writers and poets. You can even learn how to code online, too, I hope to get around to that one day as well. 


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Posted 06 June 2019 - 12:39

This sort of turned into a full review of R&K Documentus Black, but here you go, tons of pictures on Leuctturm.  Now featuring water, highlighters and whiteout! :-)


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