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FIT&FIT
9 Mar 1999, 03:00
Mam wielka pro¶bę o pomoc!
chodzi o słowo (chyba z łaciniy) SEQUITUR

znalazło sie ono w zdaniu:
it is as if one were to invite persons to sit down to observe a meal being
prepared, cooked and set out ... an event complete in inteslf (that is,
without the SEQUITUR of the meal being consumed).
Z góry wielkie dzięki za pomoc!
Sylwia (golo@in.com.pl)

Andrzej Szumski
9 Mar 1999, 03:00
FIT&FIT wrote:

Mam wielka pro¶bę o pomoc!
chodzi o słowo (chyba z łaciniy) SEQUITUR

znalazło sie ono w zdaniu:
it is as if one were to invite persons to sit down to observe a meal being
prepared, cooked and set out ... an event complete in inteslf (that is,
without the SEQUITUR of the meal being consumed).
Z góry wielkie dzięki za pomoc!
Sylwia (golo@in.com.pl)


Witam,
Webster tak to widzi:
Main Entry: seˇquiˇtur
Pronunciation: 'se-kw&-t&r, -"tur
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin, it follows, 3d person singular present indicative of
sequi to follow -- more at SUE
Date: 1836
: the conclusion of an inference : CONSEQUENCE

INFOSEEK natomiast rozpisuje się nad zbitk± "Non sequitur"
Wymienia też wysoce skomplikowany algorytm SEQUITUR.

Pozdrawiam
Andrzej Szumski

Grzegorz Grabowski
9 Mar 1999, 03:00
Ktos cos aranzuje, organizuje ale nie bierze w tym potem sam udzialu,
(najwyzej sie przyglada)
wyraz pokrewny: non-sequituir (meal etc.)

without the SEQUITUR of the meal being consumed
Moze "Bez uczestniczenia w konsumowaniu posilku"
Grisha

FIT&FIT wrote:
Mam wielka pro¶bę o pomoc!
chodzi o słowo (chyba z łaciniy) SEQUITUR

znalazło sie ono w zdaniu:
it is as if one were to invite persons to sit down to observe a meal being
prepared, cooked and set out ... an event complete in inteslf (that is,
without the SEQUITUR of the meal being consumed).
Z góry wielkie dzięki za pomoc!
Sylwia (golo@in.com.pl)


Grzegorz Grabowski
9 Mar 1999, 03:00
Oczywiscie mialo byc:
"wyraz pokrewny: non-sequitur (meal etc.)"
Grisha
Marek Lugowski
9 Mar 1999, 03:00
w tym wypadku, "nastepstwo".  Oxford English Dictionary II:

OED Entry Search

sequitur

sequitur se.kwitAr. L. = it follows. An inference or conclusion which follows from the premisses. Cf. non sequitur.

     1836 J. M. Gully Magendie's Formul. (ed. 2) 184 note, I do not see the sequitur in this sentence.

     1837 Barham Ingol. Leg., Spectre Tapp., Mr. Maguire..looked as if he did not quite subscribe to the sequitur.

     1863 Cowden Clarke Shaks. Char. ii. 57 What a reason to give for his being in a state of perdition!..-what a `sequitur'!

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