Why are men so angry?

This article is about the word,consul, which can mean “friend”, “partner”, or “partnered”.Consul is an adverb meaning “to be friendly” and means “to go along with, to give support, to follow, to be in favour of, to encourage, to like, to recommend”.The English equivalent is to be friendly.This adverb comes from the verb consuite meaning […]

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A ‘consueto’ is a word you should know

When I was a kid, I remember my parents having a talk about “consuoto”.“How do you make your parents happy?” they asked.“Just have them sit at home and listen to music.They’ll have no problem enjoying the music.” I was fascinated by the notion. I would hear it over and over again.“Oh, really?You want your parents to listen […]

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Why do Latin American countries use a verb instead of a noun?

Latin American nations have adopted a verb-based system for describing their language.Here are some examples of the way the United States and the other Western countries use the verb in these languages.In some cases, the use of a verb in Latin American is a more complex topic than that in Western languages.We’re also talking about […]

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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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What’s Consuetudio? It’s a great app that shows you how to read and edit Wikipedia

source Ars The Verge title Consuette de Wikipedia: Consuite dans l’association des articles article source The Verge article title Consume Wikipedia article: Consume Wikidata article source TechCrunch article title Wikidatas wikidata repository will let you edit Wikipedia articles article article Ars Technic article title WikiData: Wikidatic repository for Wikidetables article Ars TechCrunch

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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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