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Open book 01.svg Anarana iombonana


  1. fihetsiketsehana
  2. fisehoan-javatra

Nuvola apps edu languages.svg Fanononana

  • (US) IPA(key): /ˈæk.sə.dənt/, /ˈæk.sə.dɛnt/
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Books-aj.svg aj ashton 01f.svg Tsiahy

  • Elisabetta Lonati, "Allas, the shorte throte, the tendre mouth": the sins of the mouth in The Canterbury Tales, in Thou sittest at another boke, volume 3 (2008, ISSN 1974-0603), page 253: "the cooks "turnen substance into accident" (Pd 539), transform the raw material, its natural essence, into the outward aspect by which it is known."
  • Barbara Fass Leavy, To Blight With Plague: Studies in a Literary Theme (1993), page 47:
    To turn substance into accident is to give external form to what previously was unformed, to transform spirit into matter, to reduce eternal truths to their ephemeral physical manifestations.