Sigillum


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SIGILLUM. A seal. (q.v.) Vide Scroll.

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Nelis, "Hermannus Boerhaave: simplex very sigillum," Folia Gastroentologica et Hepatologica, vol.
Riddles, puns, goofy mottos, and fractured Latin--such as the Great Seal of the Honors Program, named Siggy, short for sigillum, Latin for seal--create a joyous parody of pomp and circumstance.
Respecto a la capa II del interior de la casa 4 se describe y dibuja los materiales que aparecen (un fondo de TSH con sigillum ilegible, un borde de vasija de cuello flexionado color rojizo y mucha mica en la pasta y clavos de hierro con restos de fibras de madera).
Matt Hasan, managing principal, Sigillum Corporation "The highest return on investment may not come from the most profitable customers.
The Sigillum Magnum of the University of Bologna (Bologna, Italy, 1997)
The seal illustrates a bishop, the Gothic church with the Latin inscription SIGILLUM CIVITATIS RUDAE ["Seal of the Town of Ruda"], and the hammer and wedge signifying the importance of mining.
La /-g-/ (y) se pierde antes de vocal palatal, como en: magistrum > maestro, frigidum > frio, digitum > dedo, sigillum > sello.
2 and 3) or who hovered over the waters of baptism, the fons or source of baptism, the sigillum or seal, the symbol of faith, and the umbellicus which represented the focus of the church, namely the altar.
76), which is now used for the edition with sigillum F, Ragep noted that the manuscript "has occasional Latin annotations [15th-16th c.
Sicut sigillum per ipsam suam formam immediate imprimit ceram: et vera figura qua ipsum informat, informat eam"; Ghent, Summa 1.