Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
People, so primitative, yet driven to record their story for posteriority.
I want to emphasize the element of logical and historical consequence rather than sheer temporal posteriority.
Thus, the territories of the viceroyalties emerged with posteriority to affirm the authority of the king in a specific territory.
These rules order the subjunctive tense in order to express contemporaneity, posteriority and anteriority in relation with the principal sentence.
The simple observation of the joining of the choir with the nave and the bell tower, clearly marks the posteriority of the nave building.
On one side the medal has a portrait of Christoffel Plantin, accompanied by his statement: "I have more hope in posteriority than in the current world population."
The natives found, on a rock, the Holy Image of the Virgin of Candelaria (declared principal patron saint of the Canary Islands with posteriority).
Frederick DuCane Godman and Osbert Salvin for example used the name Catagramma in the Biologia Centrali-Americana, establishing it for posteriority.
With their order-I mean the position of each, as involving the priority of some and the posteriority of others, and their respective distances from the extremity-with this astronomy may be left to deal, since the astronomical discussion is adequate.
"The multiplicity of existents that results is not in the one reality of existence, but in the manifold aspects of the recipients of existence in the various degrees, each according to its strength or weakness, perfection or imperfection, and priority or posteriority.
I think that there is a need to have an honest debate about posteriority and about priorities, about the question of how we could also do things differently in Europe, and I think that we should also heed the observation from Flanders, ‘penny-wise and pound-foolish’.
In posteriority and partly in his own time Nuño de Guzmán achieved a reputation as the worst villain of the conquistadors, in the words of his biographer Donald Chipman the he has been depicted as the "personification of the Black legend".