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Indeed, what is perhaps most surprising about Lefebvre's views is how long he managed to keep silent in the face of the far more effective lobbying power displayed by the Council majority beginning with the opening sessions in 1962, in spite of the spirited interventions of Lefebvre and his fellow members of the conservative Coetus Internationalis Patrum.
Persino il termine con cui Lucio e qui definito, patronus, sembra uno scherzoso rovesciamento della formula con cui Apuleio stesso si dichiarava alumnus dello splendidissimo coetus di cittadini in flor.
Roedd teuluoedd gyda'i cwn a'u coetus, ceffylau gwedd yn tynnu'r cychod pleser, a hogiau ar feics yn gweu drwy'r cyfan.
Unity in Multiformity: The Minutes of the Coetus of London, 1575 and the Consistory Minutes of the Italian Church of London, 1570-1591 (London: The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, 1997), 58, 60-61, 62, 64-66, 68, 78, 80-81, 85-89, 105-6, 108-10.
omnia fanda nefanda malo permixta furore iustificam nobis mentem avertere deorum quare nec tales dignantur visere coetus, nec se contingi patinutur lumine claro.
advertit in omni sermone de rei publicae institutione proposito infundendum animis iustitiae amorem, sine qua non solum res publica sed nec exiguus hominum coetus, ne domus quidem parva constabit.
The subordination of philosophy to theology was defined in the Statutes of the University as follows: "Cum philosophicus coetus etiam pars esse debeat Ecclesiae Dei, omnes philosophiae professores puram doctrinam Evangelii, quam Ecclesia nostra profitetur, amplectuntor: et ita philosophiam docento, ne traducant publice vel privatim doctrinam Ecclesiarum nostrarum: nec serunto, aut probanto, aut defendunto profanas opiniones: sed tuentor pacem publicam Ecclesiae, amando eam et ministros ejusdem" (articulus 18; quoted from Dibon, 130).
Richard fails to anticipate the free-floating aggression that erupts when he aborts the judicial duel, breaking up others' business and imposing, as it were, a compulsory coetus interruptus.
23) II Coetus specialis pro Africa, "Elenchus finalis propositionum," http://maryknollafrica.
Roedd oedrannau'r protestwyr yn amrywio o'r pedwar ugain i fabis mewn coetus.
The Latin original reads as follows: "Peccatum, vere proprieque acceptum, est semper actus personae, quoniam actus est liber unius cuiusvis hominis neque proprie alicuius coetus vel communitatis.