tempus fugit


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tempus fugit

Time passes quickly. The phrase is Latin for "time flies." I can't believe it's been so long since my last visit—tempus fugit!
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Those first events at the Coal Exchange were organised under the brand name Tempus Fugit and, although they were very successful, they weren't without problems.
Among the cordials producers, "Tempus Fugit is doing a wonderful job reviving some older cocktail ingredients," says Nyikes, citing its Kina LAero d'Or and Liqueur de Violettes.
Fans will hear favourites like Roundabout, Heart of the Sunrise, Tempus Fugit and more.
Fans will hear long-time favorites, including Roundabout, Long Distance Runaround, Heart of the Sunrise, Machine Messiah, Into the and Tempus Fugit, The 2016 tour marks a return for Yes after phenomenal success of their sell-out 2014 tour.
I realized that I was carrying Teutonic habits from my German posting ("tempus fugit"/time flies), when our own centuries-old Latino mores is "La hora anda"/the hour walks.
Another father-son team could be found sailing on Erbil Arkin's Turkish entry, Tempus Fugit. The 90-foot Spirit of Tradition beauty, which finished second to the Eggemoggin 47 Lark in Classics Class 3, was designed by Rob Humphreys and son Tom Humphreys, who said the yacht "leans on history, but has its own DNA".
When an exhibition titled Tempus Fugit surfaces, it would seem wise to gird the loins for another pageant of pretension that aspires to the hermetic yet achieves only self-parody.
A The Flying Dutchman B HMS Bounty C The Hispaniola D The Marie Celeste QUESTION 13 - for 13 points: What is the meaning of the Latin phrase 'tempus fugit'?
Opera de camara, La medium fue presentada, en tres funciones gratuitas, el fin de semana recien pasado en el Teatro de las Artes del Centro Nacional de las Artes, por iniciativa de Christian Gohmer, director del Tempus Fugit Ensamble, quien junto con su equipo y bajo la sombrilla del programa Mexico en Escena se agencio la complicidad de las escuelas profesionales de teatro (carrera de escenografia) y musica (canto), y un par de cantantes ya reconocidos con los cuales integro el solvente elenco.
Por su parte, el otro perfil revela a un poeta obsedido por la fugacidad del tiempo, topico descaradamente literario tambien aunque, hay que senalarlo, el tempus fugit latino se cumple aqui dando forma a una historia y experiencia directas.
| TEMPUS FUGIT: Dr Kathleen Chirema who has worked at Huddersfield University for 45 years, is congratulated by vice chancellor Prof Bob Cryan, watched by other long-service award-winners
vvGooglinga runner Tempest Fugit 7.10 Kempton A play on the Latin phrase tempus fugit, meaning time flees (runs away), or more commonly translated as time flies.
With the return of the Aviation cocktail, the delicate violets in Tempus Fugit Spirits' new Liqueur de Violettes are back in vogue.
Or as I used to say at long drawn-out meetings to try to close them down "Tempus Fugit", or 'Time is the Fugitive'.
Ah, tempus fugit and all that (and the rest of the menu was good as well).