There is no illegality in successive elections in both the executive and legislative branches. It is in the law and in the law©. However, we can`t help but consider that the other princes are quite compromised. To stay in power, Poles drafted laws to build shields around them, with the sole purpose of preserving the famous „privileged forum“ and other personal „inconveniences“. This violates the principle of impersonality. Missinha – Do you dress well? Elegant? For me, a little girl is a rich girl who is spoiled and usually wears pink in almost everything (although pink is not the rule in all cases). and which are boring. As if that weren`t enough, there`s still the male version of it all, Mauricinho. As you can deduce, there is no such thing as a poor little girl, at least no middle class. When we travel, it`s normal to connect with other cultures, and that`s one of the things that makes the experience even better.
However, there are some things that, because they are not common in our socialization, become incomprehensible. Here are some examples of Rio slang phrases and what they mean in RJ. Maurício told me about Carlos` fall, I lost, that was all! I laughed for about five minutes. According to Di Pietro ©, antiquity is the distinction between morality and law, both represented by the circles of concêntrico, the largest corresponding to morality and the smallest corresponding to the right. Honesty lawfulness would be the characteristic feature between law and morality, in a wide acceptance of brocardo, according to the non omne licet honestum est (not everything that is legal is©© honest) (Di Pietro, Maria Sylvia Zanella. Verwaltungsrecht, ed. Atlas, 1996, p. 69). – So-and-so, you called him! You`re crazy?! Are you Loka? Another classic example that restricts the less privileged. Municipal, state and federal laws that define high salts and exceptional benefits to their benefits, although adopted legally, a large part of the population survives on only a minimum of salt, without basic material resources provided by the federal constitution. Although these salãrios and benefits are offered to those who have the power to legislate, they correspond to the legal order and not externally to a little morality or honesty. It is difficult to determine the origin of an expression of popular and widespread use that is not rooted in any particular fact.
The word legal as slang was already used in Brazil in the 1980s and today has this colloquial meaning of use dicionarizado. It has, of course, traces in common with the meaning of the original adjective, that is, „in the law“, in a broad sense, it refers to something positive. When it enters into expressions, it can have some meaning when performing an act of speech: „`tá legal“ is used as a sign of agreement, of acquiescence: „Are you coming to dinner with us? – „Okay“ = „Yes, I`m leaving“; or in positive and free return: „This exhibition is legal, it`s very cool“, „He`s a nice person“; or as a denial of positivity in a negative sentence „I`m not cool“ = „I`m not well physically or mentally“. Always at the origin of the colloquial use of the adjective, it seems to be an example of the attribution of new meanings to already existing words, that is, those which, in this case, still have closer older links with the original meaning. For the formation of new words and new meanings in the language, see the chapter with this title in: ILARI, R., Introduction to the Study of the Lexicon, São Paulo: Context, 2002. There`s an interesting observation we can make: I can`t do everything I want, not everything I want, not everything I need. You may want to buy a car, but you don`t have any conditions to honor tuition, so you shouldn`t buy it. „The measures taken were legal and provided for in the contract.“ According to Alexandre de Moraes, Minister of the Supreme Court, „according to the principle of administrative morality, it will not be enough for the administrator to strictly respect strict legality, and he must respect the principles of reason and justice in the exercise of his public function, because morality©consists in the Constitution of 1988, taking charge of all acts of public administration. (Alexander of Moraes. Verfassungsrecht, ed. Atlas, 1998, p.
283). In English, it can be translated with the word of the same legal spelling when it comes to legality, and nice or cool, for the complementary adjective. The judiciary has its own penal code, both for reprimand and release. The law gives us the power to be free or imprisoned. Someone said©, „Not everything morally legal©.“ © This sentence expresses very well what Montesquieu wrote: „I am king, he was a slave; paid tribute to the Republic and today it is it© that supports me. I`m not afraid of losing anymore, I hope I get it. (Montesquieu). Not everything I do©© legally, in the sense of morality. Legality and morality are not always given by hand, they should be, but they are not. This slang is common enough on social media to say that you laugh a lot at something funny.
The lost referred to the challenges of not laughing when the person can`t stand and falls out laughing.