- In the capacity of.
- 2003: It was poet that Byron resurrected the exploded and discarded immortal Christian soul by bodying it forth through the notion of soul conceived as poetic imagination. " Roy Porter, Flesh in the Age of Reason (Penguin 2004, p. 458)
|quid pro quo||
- this for that; giving something to receive something else
- an equal exchange
- We had no money so we had to live by .
- something equivalent
- something in return
- a state of heightened vigilance, especially prior to battle
- "QUI vive!" The sentry's musket rings,
- The channelled bayonet gleams;
- High o'er him, like a raven's wings
- The broad tri-colored banner flings
- "QUI vive!" The sentry's musket rings,. The channelled bayonet
- gleams; ... "Qui vive!" How oft the midnight air. That startling cry has borne! ...Oliver Wendal Holmes. http://www.bartleby.com/102/104.html - 23k
- 1917 Qui vive? Who passes by up there?
- Who moves -- what stirs in the startled air?
- What whispers, thrills, exults up there?
- Qui vive?
- "The Flags of France." Grace Ellery Channing
- Were a tail black man to do the same, there is not one of us who would not immediately be on the . My sadness about the American estrangement just mentioned doesn't make me act any differently at such a moment, http://www.geocities.com/~bblair/france_twp.htm
- former; once; at one time
- My girlfriend is now my permanent headache ... that is to say, wife.