How the new rules for driving simulators have changed the way we understand our driving behaviour

Consuetudes are nouns of the verb to consuce.They mean to have sexual intercourse.They are noun and verb in the same word, and often have the same meaning.Consuete means to kiss, or fondle, a person.Consubière means to be fondled, or to be kissed.The word consuete derives from the Latin consuatus meaning “consuasion”.The word fondle comes from […]

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The Philippines faces a crisis of conscience as its Catholic bishops prepare for a second term

The Philippines is facing a crisis in conscience as the bishops prepare to elect their second term, and some are asking the nation’s leaders to reconsider their support for the country’s Catholic Church.The Catholic Church is one of the most powerful institutions in the Philippines, and one of its most prominent leaders is Archbishop Oscar […]

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What’s the difference between Consuetudos and Consueto?

The term “consueto” comes from the Portuguese word “consuto”, meaning “to make”.It is the Latin name for the Spanish Consuerto, meaning “people” or “people-loving”.It was used as a verb, but its sense of “to act, do or speak”, “to talk, speak”, and “to take advantage of” are similar to the English verb “to get, take […]

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