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Buto caelibis[1] est buto qui annecti sine sutura potest. Clavo vestiario per textum et in butonem superiorem presso utitur.[2][3] Qui butones in tabernis notionum saeculis undevicensimo exeunte vicensimoque ineunte pro refectione subitaria venumdabantur. Facile annecti resolvi quepoterant.[4] "A Bachelor's Button" ('Buto caelibis'), poema Anglicum, est lamentum a Philippo Verrill Mighels compositum, quia amasia butonem in eius amicula numquam suit, quae ergo butone caelibis reficienda est.[5]

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NotaeRecensere

  1.   Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Mayman 2007: 80.
  3. Hammerton 1920: 179.
  4. United States Tariff Commission 1918: 38.
  5. Mighels 1896: 122.

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Hammerton, John Alexander. 1920. Bachelor's Button. Harmsworth's Household Encyclopedia. Vol. A–CIV, p. 179. Harmsworth's Encyclopedias.
  • Mayman, Doug. 2007. Led Soldiers: The Second World War Diaries of a Royal Hussar. Great Britain: Anchorprint Group. ISBN 9780955636714.
  • Mighels, Philip Verrill. 1896. A Bachelor's Button. In Out of a Silver Flute eiusdem auctoris. Novi Eboraci.
  • United States Tariff Commission. 1918. The Dyestuff Situation in the Textile Industries. Tariff Information Series, 2. Vasingtoniae: Government Printing Office.