Aristo in a sentence

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How to use aristo in a sentence. Aristo pronunciation.

Les aristos feront monter de l'eau sucrée.
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These aristos were as arrogant as ever.
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At one time it was alleged that Aristo of Tyre had been seen in Carthage as an emissary of Hannibal, to prepare the citizens for the landing of an Asiatic war-fleet (561); at another, that the council had, in a secret nocturnal sitting in the temple of the God of Healing, given audience to the envoys of Perseus (581); at another there was talk of the powerful fleet which was being equipped in Carthage for the Macedonian war (583).
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I have prefaced this Note with the above remarks because the Principle of Moderation and the connected Maxim of the Mean, which are indicated in the third and last part of the Sura, were enunciated by Plato [Arabic: Flatun] and his disciple Aristotle [Arabic: Aristo] who lived more than 1,000 years before Muhammad.
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And that of Aristo: 'Of Amorous Exercises' What those of Cleanthes: one, 'Of Love', the other, 'Of the Art of Loving'?
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He had, in fact, risen to a perilous eminence; for the clouds of the great Revolution were already massing in the sky, and the _sans-culotte_ crowds were straining to be at the throats of the cursed "aristos," and to hurl Louis from his throne.
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These gentlemen considerably shake my traditional respect for sixteenth-century Venetian _Aristos_, for they insult that Jew till I wonder where a count and a duke have learnt such language: but they serve a purpose; they trot Shylock out, so to speak, and give our author an opportunity of doing his best with A 1.
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Examples of Aristo

Example #1
Pour lors, on va commander le brûlot...
Example #2
Ceux qui ont soif, ont soif, et ceux qui n'ont pas soif, n'ont pas soif, fit remarquer Mes-Bottes.
Example #3
What lesson had the revolution and the guillotine taught them?
Example #4
This girl who had spent her whole life in poverty and exile, and was like-after a brief interregnum-to return to exile and poverty again, was not a whit less proud than her kindred had been when they walked in their hundreds up the steps of the guillotine with a smile of lofty disdain upon their lips.
Example #5
It is probable that these and similar reports were founded on nothing more than, at most, individual indiscretions; but still they were the signal for new diplomatic ill usage on the part of Rome, and for new aggressions on the part of Massinissa, and the idea gained ground the more, the less sense and reason there was in it, that the Carthaginian question would not be settled without a third Punic war.
Example #6
Fresh reports were ever circulating through Rome as to the intrigues of the faithless Phoenicians.