What is a Ciclo?
Noun. ciclo m (plural ciclos) a series of repeating events.
What is a VEIA?
noun. vein [noun] (anatomy) any of the tubes that carry the blood back to the heart. blood vessel [noun] (anatomy) any of the tubes in the body through which the blood flows.
What are examples of abstinence?
The definition of abstinence is choosing not to engage in a certain behavior, or not giving in to a desire or appetite. An example of abstinence is a recovering alcoholic that no longer drinks. (r.c.ch.) Abstention from flesh meat on certain designated days.
How do you spell absentia?
adverb Latin. in the absence of the person involved: He was sentenced in absentia by the court.
How do u respond to Que tal?
2 Answers. Bien, bien,¿ y usted/tu? Muy bien, gracias, is the straightforward reply and as Annie says it is polite to ask how they are. You could also say ‘genial’ or if your feeling out of sorts ‘asi, asi’ [so, so] The last two answers are to someone who is interested in how you feel ie a friend.
How do you reply to Como te va?
would be bien (fine) or even ¡muy bien! (great!).
What does in absentia mean in law?
Latin for “in absence,” or more fully, in one’s absence. Occasionally a criminal trial is conducted without the defendant being present when he/she walks out or escapes after the trial has begun, since the accused has thus waived the constitutional right to face one’s accusers.
How do you use absentia?
He was sentenced to death for his part in the conspiracy “in absentia”. He was again sentenced in absentia to death. He was twice condemned to death “in absentia”. He was convicted of tax evasion “in absentia”.
Does abstinence mean no kissing?
Abstinence can mean: Not having sexual activity of any kind with another person, not even kissing. Not having vaginal* sex, but having oral or anal sex.
Can a war criminal be tried in absentia?
Under its authorizing statute and rules of procedure, the International Tribunal cannot try suspected war criminals in absentia.
What is the legality of trial in absentia?
Trial in absentia therefore arises when a suspect granted judicial bail absconds and thereby fails to appear in court on an appointed day for continuation of trial. In this circumstance, the law empowers a judge to go on and try him even in his absence.
What does absentia mean in court?