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A revenant is a visible ghost or animated corpse that is believed to have returned from the grave to terrorize the living. The word revenant is derived from the Latin word reveniens, “returning” (see also the related French verb revenir, meaning “to come back”).
This is the absolute last post from my abominable backlog, and whilst I am not overly fond of it, I am overly fond of no longer feeling obliged to post older work (some of which I am not particularly fond of) – and I am extremely very much looking forward to posting what I have been tooling around with more recently… xs
Whilst the word ‘assuetude’ translates in English roughly as ‘dependance’ or ‘habit’ the dimension of how it is understood relies upon the understanding of the word in french, see: https://fr.wiktionary.org/wiki/assu%C3%A9tude
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