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Per Se

Latin for "in itself." Describing an act with inherent qualities. For example, in criminal law, an act may be illegal per se; in torts, an act may be negligent per se.
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Credited with inspiring Louis XIV's lifelong interest in and patronage of the arts and Le Bruns appointment as First Painter to the king, Les Reines de Perse was so identified with the artist's success that it figures in Nicolas de Largilliere's portrait of Le Brun painted in 1686 (an engraving of Les Reines de Perse is partially visible in the portrait, flopping over the side of the artist's desk).
Dice que vio a Saint John Perse por casualidad dos meses antes de que muriera.
La salmodia de Perse es erratica, y la solemnidad de su retorica se ve interrumpida por cominerias y laxas filigranas.
Edouard Glissant from Martinique, Saint-John Perse from Guadeloupe, and William Faulkner and Toni Morrison from the US represent perspectives of black and white, male and female, and descendants of slaves and slaveholders.
And World War II, which for political reasons marked the end of the diplomatic careers of Perse and Andric, is the starting point for A Levant Journal, Seferis's account of his days and nights in Egypt with the Greek government in exile and then as ambassador to Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, and Britain.
R: Claro, Saint John Perse es de la isla de Guadalupe, donde se habla frances.
The points of intersection among Roumain, the Surrealist group, and Perse and his circle are numerous and varied.
For retail and high-volume pharmacies the addition of PerSe complements McKesson's capabilities in pharmacy management software.
Perse (1994) noted that PRS scores are generally added and totaled for a composite score.
It was high time that a consolidated bibliography of work by and on Saint-John Perse was published, replacing and updating this reviewer's three-volume work (Saint-John Perse: A Bibliography for Students of his Poetry (London: Grant @ Cutler, 1971-82)) and the subsequent selective annual lists given in the Cahiers Saint-John Perse.
However, gun handling protocols treat the "magazine" perse as a separate and removable part of the handgun's system, containing cartridges.