1. the side or slope of a mountain
    conifer forests cover the eastern versant
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  • So I'm this person in Spanish and Portuguese who generally does teach some Afro-Latin literature, and so on, has an interest in such things, is typically interpellated as the 'outside person' on 'minority' related dissertations in English and so on, because I'm more or less conversant ... and of course we know one should teach African American things because they're key Speaking of "Affirmative Action for White Guys"...
  • It went beyond having to be conversant with American history and values.
  • Those in business are not, on the whole, conversant with basic scientific principles.
  • So I'm not only conversant but experienced in what it takes to create theater, including theater featuring women and girls. Ellen Snortland: "Commencement": Changing the World One Perverted CEO At A Time
  • Challengers need to learn as much as they can to prepare for all questions and become conversant with every area of policy.
  • Well, apparently he's not all that conversant with the word ‘shame’ either.
  • Antiquities of Arundel_; and deprecating censure, he says in his preface, "as he (the author) was educated and till within these few years has lived abroad, totally unconversant with the English tongue, he flatters himself that the inaccuracies so frequently interspersed through the whole, will be observed with some grains of allowance. Notes and Queries, Number 08, December 22, 1849
  • However, important apriorism and market process analysis are and I believe we cannot do sound economics without either the critical issue is that to be relevant to the conversation today --- in both the academic world and the way academic arguments are filtering into public policy discussions --- they must be conversant in these different developments in theory and empirical economics. The Changing Nature of Economics - The Austrian Economists
  • The Understanding of the man unconversant with Yoga can never be directed towards Emancipation. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 3 Books 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • Being, I will tell thee in brief about that seat which persons conversant with the Vedas declare to be indestructible, which is entered by ascetics freed from all longings, and in expectation of which (people) practise the vows of Brahmacharins. The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 2 Books 4, 5, 6 and 7
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