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 Translation for 'Infinitum' from English to French
à tout jamais {adv}ad infinitum
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Translation for 'Infinitum' from English to French

ad infinitum
à tout jamais {adv}
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Usage Examples English
  • In 1721 Pope Benedict XIII conferred to Francesco Maria the title of "Principe Romano", for himself and his descendants, "ad infinitum" so the family could conserve the prestige of its ancestors.
  • Each song features a locked groove at the end, looping a small snippet of the song "ad infinitum", playing on the "Damaged" theme.
  • Malebranche also developed an original theory related to preformationism, postulating that each embryo probably contained even smaller embryos ad infinitum, like an idealized Matryoshka doll.
  • in five isometric copies, following the Conway construction, and discarding the middle triangle ("ad infinitum").
  • Using that free credit and clearing all 50 planets again repeats this, ad infinitum.

  • Properly constructed, it always cranks away ad infinitum, but its instructions are always finite.
  • is defined as the 'inner' part, without the 'outbound' parts where the membership value is constant ad infinitum.
  • Byron had claimed to love him "ad infinitum" and said that he could never hear the word "Clare" without "a murmur of the heart".
  • "Ad infinitum" is a Latin phrase meaning "to infinity" or "forevermore".
  • "Philosophizing ad infinitum" has been published by SUNY (State University of New York) Press, June 2014.

  • In relation to the descendants of a parent of the deceased, division of the estate takes place per stirpes. Representation is allowed ad infinitum.
  • She appeared in the "Trailblazers: Unsung Military Heroines of WWII" documentary by Mindy Pomper, shown ad infinitum at the Women's Memorial in Washington D.C.
  • If the CASE could continue ad infinitum it would be the mu operator.
  • As a philosophical term "anavastha" refers to the non-finality of a proposition or endless series of statements or "regressus ad infinitum" (infinite regress).
  • M. C. Escher's "Print Gallery" (1956) is a print which depicts a distorted city containing a gallery which recursively contains the picture, and so "ad infinitum".

  • Sometimes when additional points are made after the first postscript, abbreviations such as P.P.S. ("post-post-scriptum") and P.P.P.S. ("post-post-post-scriptum") and so on are added, "ad infinitum".
  • equalities between elements (paths), equalities between equalities (homotopies), "ad infinitum".
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