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Mr Downer added their viability was destroyed by the Department of Children and the Adoptio Agency.
Voluntary proceedings included in iure cessio (the conveyance of property in the form of a feigned case, which resulted in a consent judgment sanctioning the conveyance), emancipatio (the emancipation of minors), adoptio (adoption), and manumissio (the manumission of slaves), as well as the "cooperation of officials in guardianship matters and legal acts for the validity of which a permission of the competent authority is required.
MalacaAaAaAeA~ang and the Philippine Commission on Women hailed the adoptio expressing optimism that government programs worldwide, particularly in the Philippines, will be upgraded and made more responsive to the plight of women migrant workers.
Hay en las entranas del Cristianismo un deseo vivo de participacion, que en San Ireneo culmina con la doctrina de la adoptio o uiothesia y de la comunion de la Divinidad y del Hombre en la kenosis (6) y koinonia.
Nota impresa al margen: Adoptio divina non nisi volenti datur.
En el Derecho antiguo se considero a la adoptio como una ficcion legal que se desprendio de la venta del filius por parte del pater (4).
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64) Adoptio per arma (Variae 4,2), faida y compositiones (4,27); represion del adulterio "sicut iura nostra praecipiunt" (Variae 5,33); savIGNY, en su Geschichte des romischen Rechts im Mittelalter, cita un documento diplomatico de Ravena, once anos posterior al fin de la guerra, del cual resulta que sacerdotes arrianos de origen Godo invocaban la aplicacion de sus aedicta (libro II [seccion] 64: cfr.
9:4-5, that is, "quorum adoptio est filiorum et gloria et testamentum," meaning "theirs is the sonship and the glory and the covenant" (emphasis mine), and surprisingly translating ai diathekai in the singular but still suggesting that these collective blessings continue unabated.
children who have suffere Lesley Whalley, of North T adoption service, said: "T why children may not be a birth parents, and adoptio gives those children a sec experience a stable, secu upbringing.