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Sensu

Sensu is a Latin word meaning "in the sense of". It is used in a number of fields including biology, geology, linguistics, semiotics, and law. Commonly it refers to how strictly or loosely an expression is used in describing any particular concept, but it also appears in expressions that indicate the convention or context of the usage.

Sensu (disambiguation)

Sensu is a Latin word meaning "in the sense of", most often used in biological nomenclature.

Sensu may also refer to:

  • Sensu, a Japanese word that means folding fan
  • Sensu or cinsaut, a wine grape
  • Sensu (computing), an open-source system monitoring framework

Usage examples of "sensu".

Redditch turned back to the teleidoscope, the tanger, the sensu, the catcheye and the straight black tunnel that showed him their world burning.

The manufacturing and farming classes sensu stricto tend to specialize in luxury production for the saur market.

There was little out there now but smoldering ash, but the sensu was still getting a reading high into the nines and the teleidoscope was turning it, turning it, combining colors and sending them back in some new spectral spectrum.

When they came to the suite of the sensu programmer, none of them knew they were looking at the last days of men.

Moliere, Quia est in eo virtus dormitiva, Cujus est natura sensus assoupire.

Valentinus in ipsa summa divinitatis ut sensus et affectus motus incluserat.

  Quis enim adeo obtunisi (obtusi) pectores (is) et a sensu inhumanitatis extorris est qui ignorare potest immo non senserit in venalibus rebus quaevel in mercimoniis aguntur vel diurna urbium conversatione tractantur, in tantum se licen liam defusisse, ut effraenata libido rapien - rum copia nec annorum ubertatibus mitigaretur.

The manufacturing and farming classes sensu stricto tend to specialize in luxury production for the saur market.

I took a vacation from writing science fiction sensu stricto for over a decade and a half.

He was telling Stephen about his patients aboard the Otter--most of the Otters were, sensu stricto, mentally deranged, and there was one case that McAdam would describe and name, were it not for professional secrecy, a fascinating and particularly subtle chain of symptoms--when without any warning Golovnin fell off his chair, grasping the orchids.