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totus porcus

humorous slang A fake Latinization of the phrase "whole hog," meaning completely, entirely, or without restraint or reserve. If we're going to do a trip around Europe, let's go totus porcus and do the trip the right way! I accept your explanation and apology totus porcus, Bill; no need to say anything further on the matter.
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Controversy ensues following the April presentation of Opus totus: antologia de poesia lesbica at La Tertulia Bookstore in Rio Piedras.
The managing director of Trajan Wines, Mr Mark van Schalkwyk says Totus Limited Release Pinotage was unanimously voted by a panel of Chinese wine experts as the Best-Buy wine in a category of Still Red Wines valued between 4-8 Euros that were on show at the SIAL Trade Fair.
With Peter you knew he was in totus porcus, and it made everything better because he was--even fervent pessimists could not be disheartened when he was around--and it made you love to join him in these good things and hope, too, that you could go in totus porcus.
A specialist in the provision of project services for the oil and gas and marine and industrial sectors, Totus Energy, is a subsidiary of Dron & Dickson, a major supplier of explosives to the mining and quarry industries.
Nota impresa al margen: Deus totus mens, totus oculus, totus auditus.
Dron & Dickson, a specialist in the design, supply and maintenance of hazardous area electrical equipment, has acquired Abu Dhabi based Totus Energy as part of its ambitious international growth plans.
PANIATREIA nombre compuesto del adjetivo pas, pasa, pan que significa omnis, totus, todo, integro y el sustantivo que ya conocemos iatreia que significa curacion, medicina, etc.
The Worcester Chorus followed with three pieces of a religious nature: Henryk Gorecki's "Totus Tuum" (Totally Yours), Edward Elgar's "Lux Aeterna" (Perpetual Light), and Leonard Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms."
Hermenegildus) quod fieri poposcebat, confusibiliter retrogrado pede uersus episcopus regi frementi relacionem protulit de peracto" (4,7), "ergo afforciori unicus manens deus, sibi non repugnat trinitas personalis" (6,5) y "Demum non multis elapsis diebus ad spectaculum huius rei totus ciuitatis populus conuocatus, sepulcrum effodientes uas inuenerunt ..." (9,13).
(13.) "Ha sempre a mesma quantidade de forcas no mundo, porque o mundo todo e uma unica maquina (Eadem est sempre quantitas virium in Mundo, quia totus Mundus est una Machina)".
La palabra se formo a partir del verbo facere, 'hacer' y totum, de totus, 'todo'.
Unde licet singulae personae non possint condere legem, tamen totus populus legem condere potest.
Best of all though, was Grecki's Totus Tuus; a heartfelt tribute to this modern master sung with profound concentration and luminous warmth.
Em outras palavras, o teologo de Salamanca, segundo esta literatura, desenvolveu um conceito de jus gentium ate entao inedito, que regulamenta tanto os periodos de guerra como os de paz, e que incide sobre Estados soberanos; essa soberania, porem, nao se mostra absoluta, porque haveria um principio superior que a limita: o totus orbis, uma comunidade internacional e organica de todos os povos, que estabelece elos de solidariedade com vistas a um bem comum.