descent en Inglés

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n. going down; downward slope; lineage; sudden attack; handing down of property; act of lowering oneself morally

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I am very proud of my Scottish heritage, and I’m not alone – it is thought that almost 40 million people worldwide claim to be of Scottish descent (more than the 5 million who currently live here!).
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We look to Cabo Verde as a leader in good governance, human rights, and renewable energy in Africa and celebrate the contributions of more than half a million Americans of Cabo Verdean descent.
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Soon it ceased to be a shriek, becoming a rude roar formed by divers collisions and frictions, like the descent of an electric tram through a hillside road,
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After a heartbeat, the whistling rope snagged in her carabiner and her descent jerked to a halt.
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At the bottom of the descent there was the crash of ice; a piece of dirty frozen snow thrown up from the road hit me a painful blow in the face.
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By eliminating the left-recursion, we can obtain a grammar suitable for use in a predictive recursive-descent translator.
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Guenhwyvar leaped around and between the many broken crags of stone marking the descent to the north.
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gets the font descent-the distance from the baseline to the bottoms of descenders.
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I nodded, recalling my descent under the exhaust towers, how powerfully the scent of the huge hidden thing had affected me.
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I learned that the possessions most esteemed by your fellow creatures were high and unsullied descent united with riches.
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