The first thing we have to establish, before entering fully into the establishment of the meaning of the term ship, is its etymological origin. In this case we can say that it is a word that derives from Latin, exactly "boat" that was used as a synonym for "boat." Word that, in turn, came from the Greek "baris", which was used with the meaning of "canoe."
The adverb is unfailingly used with reference to what is done or produced in an unfailing way. According to the dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy (RAE), the unfailing adjective qualifies what cannot be left or missing. For example: "To increase the chances of obtaining a win, the coach must inevitably align the best players in the team", "To reach the shelter, we will inevitably have to advance on foot, since there are no roads for vehicles and the terrain is very steep. "
The term epilogue comes from a Latin word that in turn derives from a Greek word. It serves to name what closes an exhibition; that is to say to make a recap on a subject that has been discussed extensively, by way of conclusion. It is usually found, at the end of the last part of a work of fiction or conclusively at the end of an essay.
Activĭtas is a Latin word that arrived in Spanish as an activity. The notion is often used with reference to the action or diligence that an individual or entity carries out. Deportivo, on the other hand, is an adjective that refers to what is related to sport (the competition or the game subject to rules and that requires training to improve in its practice).
The act and the consequence of associating or associating are called association. This concept is also used to name the group of associated individuals and the entity that groups several people who share the same objective. Civil, on the other hand, is a notion that can be associated with citizens and those that do not belong to the orbit of the State (that is, their management is particular and not state).
From the Latin identitas, the identity is the set of the own characteristics of an individual or of a community. These traits characterize the subject or the collective in front of others. For example: "Mate is part of Rioja's identity", "A person has the right to know his past to defend his identity."