et examinibus legitimis laudabilem in genetica doctrinam probavit

English translation: and commendably passed statutory examinations in genetic science

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Latin term or phrase:et examinibus legitimis laudabilem in genetica doctrinam probavit
English translation:and commendably passed statutory examinations in genetic science
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03:58 Nov 28, 2006
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Latin term or phrase: et examinibus legitimis laudabilem in genetica doctrinam probavit
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Lota
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and commendably passed statutory examinations in genetic science
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Note added at 14 hrs (2006-11-28 18:01:48 GMT)
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Olga. you are very insightful. I have to agree.
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3 +4and commendably passed statutory examinations in genetic science
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and commendably passed statutory examinations in genetic science


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Note added at 14 hrs (2006-11-28 18:01:48 GMT)
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Olga. you are very insightful. I have to agree.

a05
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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Olga Cartlidge: "Doctrinam" stands for "Knowledge" here (should be "scientiam"). It can t possibly be used in the Ablative as "probare " would have no object, it would just say "demonstrated".("Demonstrated a commendable knowledge of genetics in passing statutory exams".
5 hrs
  -> thank you, also possible

agree  Joseph Brazauskas: The likely meaning. But shouldn't 'doctrinam' be ablative?
8 hrs
  -> thank you, it seems you are right, "doctrina"

agree  Nicholas Ferreira: a05, I didn't know you do Latin too; that's great! I actually like Olga's version the best. // Doctrina is commonly rendered "knowledge."
10 hrs
  -> thank you, I do it free of charge. I would avoid "knowledge" which is not in the original.

agree  xxxAlfa Trans
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