Ab ovo means in Latin „from the beginning, the origin, the egg”. The term refers to one of the twin eggs from which Helen of Troy was born. The eggs were laid by Leda to Zeus, disguised as a swan, either seduced and paired with her, or raped, according to different versions. If Leda hadn`t laid the egg, Helen wouldn`t have been born, so Paris wouldn`t have been able to flee with her, so there wouldn`t have been a Trojan War.  The definition of Ab ovo in U.S. law, as defined by lexicographer Arthur Leff in his legal dictionary, is: Literally „of the egg, that is, from the beginning, that is, a rich metamorphic equivalent of ab initio. Whether the metaphorical reference refers to the Roman custom of starting dinner with an egg, or whether it is an implicit answer to the classic question of „what came first” from the chicken`s point of view, is now undetermined. Welcome to the Ab Ovo website. By using this website, you agree to the legal notices and conditions of use set out below without restriction or qualification. We may change these Notices and Terms at any time without notice.
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It refers to the course of a Roman meal, which often began with eggs and ended with fruit, and is similar to the American English expression „soup to nuts”. Thus, ab ovo can also be used to mean a complete or whole thing. The English literary use of the term comes from Horace`s ars Poetica, where he describes his ideal epic poet as one who „does not begin the Trojan War from the double egg” (nec gemino bellum Troianum orditur ab ouo), the absolute beginning of events, the earliest possible chronological point, but tears the listener apart in the middle of things (in media res). This advice is famous for being rejected in Laurence Sterne`s novel The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. Aunt Rosa sat him on a table and told him that A B meant. This use differs from the longer phrase ab ovo usque ad mala (wörtl. „from egg to apple”), which appears in Horace`s satire 1.3. It refers to the course of a Roman meal, which often began with eggs and ended with fruit, and is similar to the American English expression „soup to nuts”.
Thus, ab ovo can also be used to mean a complete or whole thing. „Ab ovo usque ad mala.” This phrase translates to „from egg to apples” and was written by the Roman poet Horace. He alluded to the Roman tradition of starting a meal with eggs and ending with apples. Horace also applied ab ovo in an account of the Trojan War, which begins with the mythical egg of Leda, from where Helen was born (whose beauty sparked the war). In both cases, Horace used ab ovo in its literal sense, „of the egg”, but at the end of the 16th century. It was adapted to its modern English meaning of „from the beginning”, perhaps for the first time by Sir Philip Sidney in his An Apology for Poetry: „If [dramatic poets] want to represent a story, they must not (as Horace says) begin Ab ouo: but they must arrive at the principle of this one action.” The flight was piloted by Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah, the 50-year-old pilot, and his 27-year-old co-pilot, Fariq Ab Hamid. „Ab Welsh, who was a forward with the Saskatoon Quakers, was the first,” Howe said. This is a preliminary summary of an upcoming entry in the Encyclopedia of Law. Please check later to get full admission.
The ABT has a saying inside: „If you ever disregard the AB, we will make sure you go into a body bag.” And ditto Johannes nullam partem artium prædictarum ab apprenticio suo concelabit. Ab eo igitur tpore Patres nostros perhumaniter habuit, honorary atque en omnibus, accepit bénin mensque. On 27 July 2013, AB Neubauer reported that she had been sexually assaulted the previous night. Joshua Stamper`s theme music 2006©New Jerusalem Music/ASCAP An AB is a muscle found on magazine covers, says an AD in Virginia`s For Lovers magazine. This website may contain technical inaccuracies or typographical errors, and all information on this website is provided „as is”, without warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, title or non-infringement.