Cepit


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CEPIT. Took. This is a technical word, which cannot be supplied by any other in an indictment for larceny. The charge against the defendant must be that he took the thing stolen with a felonious design. Bac. Ab. Indictment, G 1.

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Hic Almeriam, Tortosam et usque ad XLa opida circa Hiberum amnem, nec non et Siuranam Sarracenis abstulit, Hilerdam et Fragam uno die simul cepit.
Desenvolvido pelo grupo de pesquisa CEPIT (Controle, Eletronica de Potencia e Gestao da Inovacao Tecnologica), financiado pela Vicerrectoria Academica, Projeto No.
En su totalidad, la Cepit esta formada por veintitres empresas activas instaladas en la ciudad de Tandil, donde trabajan aproximadamente setecientas personas.
Itaque cum Orientis cepit imperium deficere, cepit Dei nutu Occidentis, id est romanum, paulatim exurgere.
castra quoque nec opinato adgressus cepit et octo milibus hostium captis, ceteris aut caesis aut ex agro Romano fugatis sine auctoritate patrum populi iussu triumphavit.
Cynthia prima suis miserum me cepit ocellis, contactum nullis ante cupidinibus.
When William Beverel, chaplain, entered the close of Matthew Gardrobier in the ville of Plessis and abducted the wife of the said Matthew, as well as goods worth ten shillings, he is said to have taken and abducted her against the peace (contra pacem cepit et abduxit).
Propere lingua ululando gemere Cepit, testare: Si umquam hunc legere Ausus fuero, te negabi, Domine.
Virginis, ex qua Christi corpus efformatum est, cura Christi corpus evasit desiit esse pars corporis Mariae; et cepit esse pars corporis Christi; quia non amplius subsistebat in hypostasi Matris, sed Filii.
Pope, for example, renders 'Graecia capta ferum victorem cepit et artis intulit agresti Latio' (4) (Horace, Epistles, II.
22) rex aggregauit, et in loco qui Vetus Rotomagus dicitur castrum condere cepit, quod Mata putenam id est deuincens meretricem pro despectu Haduisoe comitissoe nuncupauit 'the king marshalled (his army), and in the place called Old Rouen began to build a siege-castle, naming it Mata-putena "vanquished-whore," that is to say meretrix defeating, out of disdain for the countess Hawise' (Chibnall VI.
Fuit civium quidam, qui nominis sui famam volens extendere, largas quas habebat opes largos in sumptus expendere cepit.