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Semper paratus

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Semper paratus

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AD SALTUM PARATUS (Prêt à bondir) Insigne:

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AD SALTUM PARATUS(Ready for the leap) Badge:

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Devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS est une sentence latine signifiant « Fidèle et prêt ».

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Flag The symbolism of this emblem is found in other element(s) of this record.

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« ONTARIO REGIMENT » est une variante du nom du régiment et « FIDELIS PARATUS » en est la devise.

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"ONTARIO REGIMENT" is a form of the regimental title and "FIDELIS ET PARATUS" is the motto of the regiment.

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Peuttre qu'Élections Canada devrait adopter la devise in utrumque paratus – « toujours prêt à toute éventualité ».

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Perhaps Elections Canada's motto should be in utrumque paratus– prepared for either event.

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Situation: 30 juin. - 2) Importation de Escom-Aggeneis et de Escom Paratus (Walvis Bay).

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Status: June 30. - 2) Imports from Escom-Aggenels and Escom-Paratus (Walvis Bay).

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Le cardinal Bea s'intéressait vivement à tout ce qu'on fait dans les différents pays pour mettre en oeuvre la Déclaration du Concile, non seulement pour aider et stimuler là où cela est possible, mais aussi pour mieux comprendre les questions: paratus semper doceri, toujours prêt à apprendre (voir S. Schmidt, S.J., La Civiltà Cattolica, I, 1969, p. 4).

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Cardinal Bea followed with great interest the initiatives of different countries to put into effect the Council Declaration not only to help and stimulate there where such was possible but better to understand the question: paratus semper doceri, ever ready to learn (see S. Schmidt, S.J., La Civilta Cattolica, I, 1969, p. 4).

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488 [ page précédente ] Blason Insigne De gueules au chat arrêté hérissonné d'or, la tête de front, soutenu d'une burèle du même; le tout entouré d'un anneau de gueules liséré d'or inscrit de la devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS en lettres du même chargé en pointe d'un besant aussi d'or, liséré de sable, surchargé d'un filet en sautoir du même, son quartier inférieur enlevé; le tout environné en chef de neuf feuilles d'érable en coloris d'automne, celle posée au centre du chef coiffée de la couronne royal au naturel, et soutenu en pointe d'un listel d'or inscrit ONTARIO REGIMENT en lettres de sable; Devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS;

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488 [ previous page ] Blazon Badge / Insignia Gules on a bar a cat statant guardant irate Or, the whole within an annulus Gules fimbriated and inscribed with the motto FIDELIS ET PARATUS in letters Or and surmounted at the base by a bezant fimbriated and charged with a fillet saltire Sable the base quarter removed, and beneath the annulus a scroll Or with the words ONTARIO REGIMENT inscribed in letters Sable, and above, encircling the annulus, a wreath of nine maple leaves autumnally coloured, the centre one in chief ensigned by the Royal Crown proper; Motto FIDELIS ET PARATUS;

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136 [ page précédente ] Blason Armoiries D'azur au chevron accosté de trois tours, le tout d'or, au chef bastillé du même chargé de deux épées au naturel garnies d'azur, passées en sautoir et entrelacées d'un noeud plat du même; Cimier Un dextrochère ployé, armé au naturel, empoignant une épée du même garnie d'azur, mouvant d'un cercle composé en alternance de feuilles d'érable en coloris d'automne au naturel et de croix de Malte d'argent; Devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS;

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136 [ previous page ] Blazon Arms Azure a chevron between three towers, on a chief embattled Or two swords in saltire proper hilts and pommels Azure, interlaced by a reef knot also Azure; Crest Issuant from a circlet of maple leaves in autumnal tints proper alternating with Maltese crosses Argent, an arm in armour embowed gauntleted and holding a sword proper hilt and pommel Azure; Motto FIDELIS ET PARATUS;

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Blason Armoiries D'azur au chevron accosté de trois tours, le tout d'or, au chef bastillé du même chargé de deux épées au naturel garnies d'azur, passées en sautoir et entrelacées d'un noeud plat du même; Cimier Un dextrochère ployé, armé au naturel, empoignant une épée du même garnie d'azur, mouvant d'un cercle composé en alternance de feuilles d'érable en coloris d'automne au naturel et de croix de Malte d'argent; Devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS; Drapeau Un guidon, au guindant aux armes, au battant coupé d'azur sur or chargé de l'insigne; Insigne Une couronne murale d'or maçonnée d'azur, ses tours ornées chacune d'une croix de Malte d'argent, enfilée de deux épées au naturel garnies d'azur passées en sautoir;

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Blazon Arms Azure a chevron between three towers, on a chief embattled Or two swords in saltire proper hilts and pommels Azure, interlaced by a reef knot also Azure; Crest Issuant from a circlet of maple leaves in autumnal tints proper alternating with Maltese crosses Argent, an arm in armour embowed gauntleted and holding a sword proper hilt and pommel Azure; Motto FIDELIS ET PARATUS; Flag A guidon, the Arms in hoist, the fly per fess Azure and Or charged with the Badge; Badge / Insignia A mural crown Or masoned Azure, each tower charged with a Maltese cross Argent, enfiled by two swords in saltire proper hilts and pommels Azure;

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EXPOSÉ DES MOTIFS "Principiis obstata; sero medicina paratur Cum mala per longas convaluere moras."

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L’officier de la sécurité générale de l’Escadre s’empresse de signaler que les officiers de la sécurité générale des unités sont les pierres angulaires du programme et qu’ils suivent la devise de la 8e Escadre : « In Omnia Paratus » (paré à toute éventualité).

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The Wing General Safety Officer is quick to note that Unit General Safety Officers are the cornerstone of the General Safety Program and adhere to the 8 Wing motto: "In Omnia Paratus" (Prepared for all things).

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Blason Insigne De gueules au chat arrêté hérissonné d'or, la tête de front, soutenu d'une burèle du même; le tout entouré d'un anneau de gueules liséré d'or inscrit de la devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS en lettres du même chargé en pointe d'un besant aussi d'or, liséré de sable, surchargé d'un filet en sautoir du même, son quartier inférieur enlevé; le tout environné en chef de neuf feuilles d'érable en coloris d'automne, celle posée au centre du chef coiffée de la couronne royal au naturel, et soutenu en pointe d'un listel d'or inscrit ONTARIO REGIMENT en lettres de sable; Devise FIDELIS ET PARATUS;

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Blazon Badge / Insignia Gules on a bar a cat statant guardant irate Or, the whole within an annulus Gules fimbriated and inscribed with the motto FIDELIS ET PARATUS in letters Or and surmounted at the base by a bezant fimbriated and charged with a fillet saltire Sable the base quarter removed, and beneath the annulus a scroll Or with the words ONTARIO REGIMENT inscribed in letters Sable, and above, encircling the annulus, a wreath of nine maple leaves autumnally coloured, the centre one in chief ensigned by the Royal Crown proper; Motto FIDELIS ET PARATUS;

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Dans la demande de brevet intitulée : "CLUTCH CONTROL SYSTEM", WO 98/28162, publiée le 2 juillet 1 998 et dans la demande de brevet intitulée : "METHOD AND AP PARATUS FOR OPERATING A CLUTCH I N AN AUTOMATED M ECHAN ICAL TRANSM ISSION", WO , 98/46908 , publiée le 22 Octobre 1998, on a décrit un procédé d'identification du « point de léchage » de l'embrayage d'un véhicule pou r des applications aux transmissions robotisées.

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1998, and in the patent application entitled “METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR OPERATING A CLUTCH IN AN AUTOMATED MECHANICAL TRANSMISSION”, WO 98/46908, published 22 Oct. 1998, there was described a method for identifying the “kiss point” of a vehicle clutch for applications to robotized transmissions.

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En outre, la centrale diesel Paratus, exploitée par l'ESCOM sudafricaine à Walvis Bay, ainsi que l'approvisionnement en électricité par une ligne de transmission provenant de la centrale sudafricaine Aggeneis sont importantes pour l'alimentation namibienne en électricité.

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The 27.4% faU in domestic production from 1,582 miUion kwh to 1,149 million kwh over the same period, due to falling output from the Ruacana power station, meant that domesticaUy generated electricity was increasingly unable to satisfy rapidly growing demand.

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