Citeste mai mult despre garantia, certificarea si autenticitatea produselor.Produsele comercializate pe care le avem în stoc pot ajunge la dumneavoastra în cel mult 48 de ore prin curier expres in Romania si prin DHL in Uniunea Europeana, coletele fiind asigurate pe timpul livrarii.Lant si pandantiv din aur alb 18k, 2,47 grame, rubin ~ 0,09 ct., taietura briliant, diamante ~ 0,13 ct.(8 bucati), claritate VS-SI1, taietura briliant, lungime lant ~ 42 cm, dimensiune pandantiv ~ 0,61 x 0,61 cm.Cercei din aur roz 14k, 5,60 grame, rubine ~ 2,40 ct.(8 buc.), taietura ovala, safire ~ 4,38 ct.(8 buc.), taietura ovala, pear si briliant, diamante ~ 0,05 ct., taietura briliant, dimensiunea monturii la exterior 1,3 x 1,9 cm.It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. But if there be several boatmen, and I wish to indicate one in particular by the circumstance that ho had taken me across the wrry, I should use * that *. was formed from the corresponding adjective by adding -e — a dative suffix : fcest (* fast * : adj.), /ces^-e (' fast' : adv.). Nearly all the words that serve as Conjunctions are appropriated from other parts of speech, chiefly and more immediately from the Adverb and the Pre- position. (4.) By the use of *tlone *, instead of * only *, other meanings are expressed. A public domain book is one that was never subject to copyright or whose legal copyright term has expired. * The youngest boy uho has learned to dance is James.' This means either * the youngest boy is James, and he has learned to dance \ or ' wed, its meani'iig is increased by the adjective : * wise men ' are a smaller class than * men ', but they have one attribute in addition to what is common to men. An Adjective is distinguished from a noun by its inflexion, which is for degree, or what is called Comparison : * wise, wiser, wise^^'; * fertile, more fertile, most fertile '. Accusatives : * alway, noway, otherwise, sometime, back- ward ; then, than *. Adverbial conjunctions : *also, likewise, then, further, still, only, therefore, accordingly, else, because, since, as, when'. * He alone lived for their sfikes ' : that is, he, and nobody else, did so. In old English and in Scotch, to learn means both to give and to receive instruction ; but in Elng- lish it is now confined to the latter meaning.
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