Sciendum

SCIENDUM, Eng. law. The name given to a clause inserted in the record by which it is made "known that the justice here in court, in this same term, delivered a writ thereupon to the deputy sheriff of the county aforesaid, to be executed in due form of law." Lee's Dict. art. Record.

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ludorum sciendum est quod in ludis non habet considerari nisi terminus
What goes today by the name "good curiosity" once assumed other identities--the desiderium ad sciendum, or even admiratio.
15 (CCCM 140B: 112-113): "Illud autem sciendum est quod, in quibusdam ecclesiis, in die Natalis Domini dyaconi, uesperis finitis, in honorem beati Stephani qui eximius dyaconus fuit, in tripudio conuenientes cantant antiphonam de sancto Stephano et sacerdos dicit collectam.
Et est sciendum quod hoc nomen 'sure' in Greco est scriptum in principio sui per litteram sextam que est 'che' et significat in Latino 'domine' ('He addresses this to the reader.
Adriaen (Turnholt, Belgium: Brepols, 1979) 279: "Sed inter haec solerter sciendum est quod alia est ira, quam impatientia excitat, alia quam zelus format.
Sciendum igitur sicut dicimus 'venundare' ita vice mutua 'emptum rogare,' id est, 'emere.
14-16; italics mine), the corresponding section of the source text states simply: `Sed sciendum quia quacumque hora peccator conversus fuerit et ingenuerit, saluus erit.
The numerous phrases sciendum est autem, advertendum est, considerandum est bring forward the truth which is contained in the text in a less perfect form from the elements of the doctrine and with the help of Aristotle's own categories of thought and philosophical principles.
Et ideo sciendum quod ignorantia tripliciter se habet ad actum voluntatis: uno modo, concomitanter; alio modo, consequenter; tertio modo, antecedenter.
Et de hoc modo sciendi a natura sine omni acquisitione necessaria ad sciendum proposita est quaestio, an scire contingit homini a natura, an ab acquisitione aliqua et alicuius super id quod habet homo a natura, quo dispositus est ad sciendum.
13) Nam quoad hoc ipse cambiens emptioris loco habetur: lex sciendum, s.
Et quia in hoc permutans aut cambians pro emptore vel venditore est, lex sciendum, s.
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