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AQUA. Water. This word is used in composition, as aquae ductus, &c. 2. It is a rule that water belongs to the land which it covers, when it is stationary: aqua cedit solo. But the owner of running water, or of a water course, cannot stop it the inferior inheritance having a right to the flow: aqua currit et debet currere, ut currere solebat.

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eos qui sint foris extra ecclesiam tincti et apud haereticos et schismaticos profanae aquae labe maculati, quando ad nos atque ad ecclesiam quae una est uenerint, baptizari oportere.
Hodge, explains that this aspect of the castellum aquae reached its ultimate expression 'in the practice, especially common in the cities of Turkey during the second and third centuries, of terminating the aqueduct upon its arrival .
The most advanced mapping techniques that I have encountered are at Aquae Urbis Romae: The Wafers of the City of Rome, (69) designed by Katherine Wentworth Rinne, which contains interactive maps.
Alistair Johnson has joined Bath spring water brand Aquae Sulis as managing director, to give the brand's creator, wife Laura Johnson, time to develop and market the brand.
Guests more interested in a spa experience are promised the 40,000-square-foot Aquae Sulis, where, if they're so inclined, they can get a loofah scrub, soak in the Watsu tub, or stretch out for a hot-stone massage.
John (4:14) which he quotes in Latin in the score: Sed aqua quam ego dabo ei, fiet in eo fons aquae salientis in vitam aeternam ('But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him, shall never thirst [but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life]')" (p.
Both clearly derive their instructions for the procedure of the sacrament from the liturgical Manuale,(22) where the instructions for the blessing of the baptismal font begin, `Quando fons fuerit mundandus, et de pura aqua renovandus, quod saepe debet fieri propter aquae corruptionem, tunc dicitur sequens Litania et benedicitur fons modo sequenti cum cerco acenso.
34) Valentinus Cybeleius, Opusculum De laudibus et vituperio vini et aquae (Hagenau: Thomas Anshelm, 1517), fol.
If you want to reduce, fats are regular succession powders, aquae tofanae, poisons of the Borgias, and the Hopkins doctors fixed their diet so that, while you get plenty of lean meats and just enough starch, in vegetables and fruits, to keep up the essential structure of your body, you get almost no fats at all.
The Romans began construction of the baths around 43AD and built up the complex of Aquae Sulis over the next 300 years.
Aquae Sulis Retreat in Fowey Hall, Cornwall - the model for Toad Hall in The Wind In The Willows - has good childcare facilities so parents can chill out.
Of much the same date are the openwork bronze sheath mounts produced by the master smith Gemellianus who worked ar Aquae Helveticae (modern Baden in Switzerland); his handiwork with an almost totally Celtic stylistic repertoire was widely exported in Switzerland and southern Germany with one piece making its way to Morocco.