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I just can't find any word. Vicipaedia uses the more obvious choice "classis", but my dictionaries only apply this word to the classes instituted under the Servian constitution, which were a wholly different thing... Did Romans have a specific word for the categories of plebeians and patricians?
When the patrician is introduced it’s by zooming in on a much more book like drawing of a face complete with his little well kept beard and the motto one man one vote then it cuts to a lady patrician. All through episode 2 she is referred to as he/him.
I read elsewhere that she was recorded somewhere else and edited into the footage due to her schedule not allowing her to be there in person for the filming.
Did somebody just not tell the writers they’d cast a lady to play him or was s/he recast at the last moment or is S/he supposed to be trans?
If he was just played by a lady in this series I wouldn’t question it but the fact she’s wandering around in a dress seems to indicate at least the costume department weren’t trying to trans her up. Mixed messages
I have a similar query about Cheery although in her case casting a man to play her makes more sense as most folks aren’t able to gender dwarves unless they make an effort to dress feminine.
Hey everyone. On a bit of a kick reading about Roman history now, just finished reading I, Claudius and picked up my copy of Pride of Carthage again. I was wondering, how did the Roman patricians originate? I had heard some ideas that patrician families were all the original families from the city of Rome, and the plebeians were descended from families that lived outside of Rome, or were Romanized peoples from elsewhere on the Italian peninsula.
Also, I've seen references to, for example Mark Antony and Pompey coming from what are described as noble plebeian families. So, was the difference between patricians and plebeians at all analogous to nobility and commoners in other societies? Or was it purely a distinction between those who could trace their linage to the founding families of the city, and plebeian didn't really have any class connotations? Further, was there a distinction between Italian plebeians, as a social marker, and Gauls, Jews, Iberians, Egyptians etc. who eventually came under Roman control and became Roman citizens?
I've always wanted to do a Oops All Rats commander deck, but always found it to be a little bit tight on resources due to wanting to go three-color with it. I have wanted to make an Indulging Patrician PEDH deck ever since I saw it. Lifelink tribal felt a little cliche and felt too much like my Liesa deck, so I decided to combine these ideas instead.
The deck is pretty much wrapped up, but I have about six cuts I want to make. I'm trying to find room for [[Village Rites]] for draw , [[Spare From Evil]] for closing the game, [[Invoke the Divine]] for instant speed removal or a IP trigger if used on my turn, [[Raise the Draugr]] for recursion, [[Shields of Velis Vel]] to save my rats from [[Elektrickery]] effects, and [[Angel of Dawn]] as another potential closer. ANy thought on what should go? Anything from the other maybes I should put priority on?
Id appreciate some tips as far as limitations, switching out skills/attributes
I really enjoyed this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZ9u8S26tGk
In the part where he talks about Hlallu, he used what sounded like a really interesting and fun character.
Link to Morrowind Character builder: https://morrowind.jpbetley.com/?sex=male&race=imperial&birthsign=Shadow&specialization=stealth&favored=personality&favored=agility&major=illusion&major=speechcraft&major=light-armor&major=shortblade&major=security&minor=athletics&minor=marksman&minor=mercantile&minor=alchemy&minor=acrobatics
I was thinking of trying an Imperial with Stealth specialty. Attributes are Personality and Agility
Majors are Illusion, Speech, LightArmor, Security, and Short Blade
Minors are Mercantile, Athletics, Marksman, Alchemy, and Acrobatics.
Basically, the character is wholly mercurially based, Hlallu, thieves guild, Morag Tong, etc. If I don't use sneak can I still steal? Would Illusion work as my only magic skill?
Selling some pens to make room for more...
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Waterman Gentleman Sterling Silver, 18k F nib, [B] condition -
$400 $375 Soft 18k, the tines spread with minimal effort. Pen includes the original box in mint condition and converter.
Waterman Patrician, 18k F nib, [B] condition - $400 The band on this version of the Man 100 is modeled after the Waterman Patrician fountain pen from the 1920s and 1930s. Waterman manufactured these "Patrician" Man 100s as special editions from 1992 to 1994. Pen includes the original box in mint condition and converter.
Waterman Le Mans Special Briar Wood, 18k F nib, [B] condition -
$600 $550 Soft, 18k, two-tone nib, the tines spread with minimal effort. Pen includes the original box in mint condition and converter
This is my first pen review and I'm doing it largely because I don't see many reviews of this pen online. It's either that or I haven't been looking in the right places. Anyway, I'm going to write this in a narrative style because I consider this an unintentional grail pen, as well as a personal victory of sorts for 2020.
I posted about two months ago that, as horrible as this year has been, I was determined to end it my way with a good pen purchase. I was talking to a local pen dealer, and he happened to have a Pilot Custom 74, a Parker 51, and a Waterman Man 200 for sale. On a whim, I asked him if he had a Man 100, and he said he had one in storage that he could part with for $180. I told him that I couldn't afford $180 because, y'know, Covid-19 and the economy and all that. I could, however, give him $120 plus two gold-nibbed Parker 45s that I knew he could sell fairly quickly. He agreed.
The only version of the Man 100 that I had seen back then was the black standard version, which worked for me because I was looking for an executive-style pen with a gold nib. Then I did my research and found that it actually came in different finishes. All of them looked stunning in their own way, but I got fixated on the Patrician.
It had a wider cap band that looked like it was based off a design for a bracelet, yet somehow, it wasn't bling-y. It wasn't like the cap band on a Plaisir. It was slim and sleek. It was elegant in its dressiness.
I wasn't a fan of non-solid color finishes that are often found on celluloid pens and some acrylic pens. Flecky, camouflage patterns just don't appeal to me. The lacquer finish on the Man 100 Patrician has some of that fleckiness, except it's far more subdued. When I look at it, I don't think of acrylic; I think of marble.
Then, there's the name "Patrician", which itself was a throwback to a vintage Waterman pen, back when the company was in its heyday. Of course, "patrician" was also the name given to the elites of ancient Roman society, which was fitting. This pen wasn't executive; it was imperial.
So imagine my surprise when the seller sent me pictures of a blue Patrician instead of a black standard.
The exterior of the pen was flawless when I got it, but it was fitted with a cartridge that still had ink inside. Dried ink. The feed was so caked with dried ink, I wouldn't be surprised if nobody had cleaned it since it first got purchased. It was a random mix of colors too: black, blue, and then yellow. I soaked it... keep reading on reddit ➡
Just comment, winner will be picked at random.
Closed, winner was u/Fromtheboulder
I believe the synergy between ethanol and [4-Fluoro]methylphenidate is a culmination of different mechanisms, intertwined with one another. The one most known is when ethanol prevents methylphenidate from being hydrolyzed by the same esterase that degrades cocaine.
The study that’s often cited as evidence against any conversion of methylphenidate to ethylphenidate is skimmed over too often. Especially when there’s an abundance of better studies available. This study showing the conversion rate to be rather insignificant was dose related. They only administered a therapeutic dose of the parent compound, MPH, after one standard drink. The researchers subsequently admitted that EPH concentrations could become relevant in the event that supratherapeutic doses of MPH binge-drinking settings.
The more fascinating studies indicate that even at relatively low doses, ethanol before dl-MPH greatly amplified psychoactive plasma concentrations of MPH. Interestingly this is because the ethanol—dl-MPH interaction caused a change in enantioselectively for d-MPH.
There was a significant increase in maximum plasma concentration of d-MPH. This was biphasic, first during absorption and secondly at peak blood serum levels. During absorption phase of dl-MPH, concomitant ethanol significantly elevated d-MPH plasma concentrations by 44-99%. When the MPH was maximally absorbed, d-MPH plasma concentrations were increased by 21%.
d-MPH exhibits more pronounced effects on the central nervous system, typically associated with rewarding effects. Subjective effects of "high," "good," "like," "stimulated," and overall "effect" were significantly potentiated.
These studies found that the transesterification into EPH was more of a secondary effect, and yielded more of the biologically inactive l-EPH opposed to the euphoric d-EPH component of ethylphenidate.
Can’t think of any reasons why these pharmacokinetics wouldn’t extend to racemic 4F-MPH.
I don't know if this has been suggested before, but to me this would make a lot more sense for Americans. Landlords when you think of it are the closest thing we pay homage to today, and this would make a ton of sense for the New York area. Having a hierarchy of landlords would be too perfect.
Looking for a realistic enb (oldrim) that delivers best graphics, specs not an issue.
What's the pros and cons of patrician and rudy? or are there better ones than these two?