Source of Volo non valeo as quotation?
Volo Non Valeo is inscribed in the family crest over Castle Howard in Yorkshire. According to historians there, it was the family motto assigned by King Charles II, because when he asked the Duke why he hadn't been faithful to Charles I, who was beheaded in the Cromwell era, the Duke told Charles II: I was willing but unable. Charles II told him he would allow him to retain the title and castle, but forever after would have to adopt that motto: Volo Non Valeo.
Exhaust from a car is a non-point source pollution, because you are unable to mathematically pin point the source of pollution. Answer: The exhaust from a specific car is a point source, the tailpipe. Car exhaust in general for a city is non-point source as it arises from many locations simultaneously.
Point Source contamination comes from one direct source, such as a factory. (Thus the "point"). A Non-Point Source comes from a variety of sources in two categories: Fugitive or Mobile. Fugitive Non-point pollution includes things like dirt roads, farmland-plowing, surface mines,construction sites... while Mobile Non-point Pollution comes from thousands of cars in the city, trains, airplanes/jets etc. it's non-point source since there are many different ones.
Acid rain is a non point source pollution. A non point source pollution is a form of pollution which forms in a very broad area and enters the polluted area in small, diffused flows. Since acid rain forms in the sky, and falls to the ground a little at a time, it is considered a non point source pollution.
There might not be any difference at all... you are talking about a type of quotation (direct or paraphrased usually), and the way the quotation is presented (block or embedded usually). You could embed a direct quotation into your text, as in Sally cried "GET AWAY from me you idiot monster" and ran as quickly as she could, with the monster on her heels. That is a direct quotation of Sally, and it is embedded…
There is no direct equivalent for "no" in Latin. Usually the verb is repeated with the negative particle non in front of it: -Visne cenare? -Non volo -"Do you want to eat dinner?" -"I do not want". The adverb minime ("not at all") can also be used: -Visne cenare? -Minime -"Do you want to eat dinner?" -"Not at all". For "no" meaning "not any" (e.g. "There is no reason . . .") use the adjective…