definition of Patre by The Free Dictionary

Of this state hear what Cicero saith: Quam volumus licet, patres conscripti, nos amemus, tamen nec numero Hispanos, nec robore Gallos, nec calliditate Poenos, nec artibus Graecos, nec denique hoc ipso hujus gentis et terrae domestico nativoque sensu Italos ipsos et Latinos; sed pietate, ac religione, atque hac una sapientia, quod deorum immortalium numine omnia regi gubernarique perspeximus, omnes gentes nationesque superavimus.
‘ad patres‘ ever so many of them before they make up their minds to the disloyalty of knocking him on the head.”
These, judiciously distributed among such of the womenkind as seemed of most consequence and interest in the eyes of the patres conscripti, brought us, in a little while, abundance of dried salmon and deers’ hearts; on which we made a sumptous supper.
Interroge sur cette delation qui couta la vie a l’un des defenseurs universels de la cause juste des demunis de la planete, le pauvre patre signifiait tout froidement que le guerillero effrayait son troupeau de moutons quand il cherchait refuge dans les cavernes.
Looking to extend the lead after the break, Harsh Patre, who was the lone goal scorer in the previous match took the field replacing Harsh Patre.
In the day’s crucial first semifinal, Patre Harsh Shailesh put India ahead in the 17th minute by a long distance shot about 35 yards, amid huge celebration of Indian players and their fans (1-0).
Vivek Patre (1), Sanjay Thulkar (2), Immaneni Satish Rao (3)
[beaucoup moins que]Meteque[beaucoup plus grand que] qui l’a rendu celebre fin des annees 60, est un autoportrait : [beaucoup moins que] Avec ma gueule de meteque, de juif errant, de patre grec, de voleur et de vagabond ; Avec ma peau qui s’est frottee au soleil de tous les etes…
And Patrizia Di Patre teases out the echoes of three biblical references in Don Quixote.
The creator of short films like 2003’s “Le Patre des Etoiles” (The Shepherd of the Stars), Cheikh said the selection was “unexpected.”
Except for three short songs–Donizetti’s “L’amor funesto,” Berlioz’s “Le jeune patre Breton” and Franz Lachner’s “Herbst”–there is no duplication of repertoire.

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