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Rex

[Latin, The king.] The phrase used to designate the king as the party prosecuting an accused in a criminal action, such as an action entitled Rex v. Doe.

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Secondo Las Casas le bolle alessandrine, con le concessioni fatte ai re cattolici, non intendevano privare reges e domini naturales delle rispettive giurisdizioni e proprieta (55).
Reges RV, Costa AR, Correr AB, Piva E, Puppin-Rontani RM, Sinhoreti MA, et al.
After this, without a fine break, Psalm 71:11 (with slight variations) follows: "Adorabunt eum omnes reges terrae Omnes servient ei alle/uia" [All kings of the world will adore him; all people will serve him.
Faciet illa, cum volet, reges ex servis, servos ex regibus, et in urbem Romam et in orbem romanum suam ineluctabilem potentiam exercebit" (Letter 4)
Texto (marcado por dos angulos opuestos): Omnes reges cum moriuntur, una cum vita exuuntur omni potestate: Christus autem crucfixus nune ab universo orbe adoratur.
So fuhrt er ein reges Liebesleben, doch hat es sich dabei zur Regel gemacht, mit jeder Frau nur eine einzige Nacht zu verbringen.
The common law as it developed over time comprised not only a body of principles derived from precedent but also the ordinances and royal regulations that issued from the king and the curia reges.
907); en varias tabulas lusorias se documentan inscripciones con las que pudiera relacionarse: RE, junto con otras abreviaturas de dificil desarrollo, aparece en un ejemplar procedente de Ostia, mientras que en otro de Villa Casali se consigna regor reges / reges (Lamer RE: cols.
Professora da Faculdade de Ciencias Gerenciais de Sao Joaquim da Barra e da Faculdade Reges de Ribeirao Preto- Ribeirao Preto-SP, Brasil Doutoranda em Administracao pela Faculdade de Economia, Administracao e Contabilidade (FEA) da Universidade de Sao Paulo (USP).
Qui licet ante novos reges et tempora Rome floruerit, tamen hoc in tempus mente reduxi praesentemque animo ficta sub imagine feci.
O Radix Jesse, qui stas in signum populorum, super quem continebunt reges os suum, quem Gentes deprecabuntur: veni ad liberandum nos, jam noli tardare.