Pactum


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Pactum

[Latin, Pact.] A compact, bargain, or agreement.

See: compact, confederacy, contract, covenant, indenture, league, pact, settlement, stipulation
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Fourteen new full-time jobs will be created at Pactum Dairy Group, as the benefits of the Victorian Coalition Government's $5 million Goulburn Valley Industry and Infrastructure Fund continue to flow through to the local economy.
Its rhetoric and contents are consistent with its identification as a pactum de non petendo, a pledge by a creditor not to sue.
Dictum meum pactum - my word is my bond - has adorned the exchange's coat of arms since 1923, but 88 years later clearly there's still some work for the internal PR team to do to convey that message.
of the Free State-Bloemfontein, South Africa) argues that Goodwin's Christology is grounded in and flows out of the eternal covenant of redemption, also known as the pactum salutis or counsel of peace.
understanding offoedus, pactum, and testamentum articulated in his
232-252; and the larger study, including a number of related themes, by Berndt Hamm, Promissio, Pactum, Ordinatio: Freiheit und Selbstverbindung Gottes in der scholastischen Gnadenlehre (Tubingen: Mohr, 1977).
Iterum quia nec fidelitatem habet, in quibuscumque pactis vel promissis vel iuramentis, que fiunt propter firmatem paciscentium: credere autem dyabolum propter talia aliquam firmitatem facere est hereticale, quia tunc habere crederetur ex natura talis obligationis bonum recte electionis; quamquam enim servet aliquando pacta, hoc non est propter pactum.
1923 The exchange receives its own Coat of Arms, with the motto Dictum Meum Pactum (My Word is My Bond).
The dictionary contains a Latin phrase from Roman law PACTUM DE CONSTITUENDA DOTE, with the third word having the appropriate sequence of vowels.
Labyrinth, 1983) 47-49, 131-45; Berndt Hamm, Pactum, Promissio, Ordinatio: Freiheit und Selbstbindung Gottes in der scholastischen Gnadenlehre, Beitrage zur historischen Theologie 54 (Tubingen: Mohr, 1977).
21) As Norberto Bobbio indicates, Kant did not propose a pactum subiectionis, in which the states would submit their rights to a common power, but rather a simple pactum societatis, a pact of collaboration among states.