Disputatio:Mars (planeta)

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To 89, or whoever drafted this: what (in English, French, German, or Spanish, please) does Elementum celeberrimum carbonium mean? All I get out of it is 'A/The renowned element carbon', and that's neither a sentence nor a fact self-evidently relevant to Mars. My dictionary says celeberrimus, -a, -um can mean 'abounding in'—but then, for the abundant thing, it seems to require the ablative; hence elemento celeberrimum carbonio 'abounding in the element carbon'? That parsing is possible only if Mars is neuter (celeberrimum), but it's masculine (celeberrimus). So what's the sentence trying to say? IacobusAmor 18:05, 12 Decembris 2006 (UTC)[reply]

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WOW. Im truly impressed by this article. When I left (temporarily) Wikipedia because of my schoolwork, I had just made the template at the bottom of the page. Back then this was a stub. Bona Labora!(I think thats how one says it...)

suggessere?[fontem recensere], care amice sine nomine, in tua sententia "Aliqui investigatores ut haec protectio speluncas bonas candidatas futuris aquae liquidae et vitae signorum inveniendorum conatibus faciant suggessere," quid significant suggessere? Dicis "suggessere =suggesserunt forma recta est," sed verbum suggĕro -gĕrĕre -gessi -gessum = (Anglice, e.g.,) 'to bring up, supply, provide, to add, to attach, to place next'. Secundum Casell's, Anglice 'to suggest' non est suggerere, sed potius = (rem homini) subicere. IacobusAmor (disputatio) 14:46, 6 Septembris 2012 (UTC)[reply]