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A pesquisa de campo teve financiamento, em diferentes momentos, das seguintes instituicoes: CNPq, FAPESP Wenner-Gren Foundation, Comitas Institute for Anthropological Study (CIFAS), International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) e Center for Research on Environmental Decisions (CRED-Columbia University).
Digni autem sunt [up arrow]amicitia quibus in ipsis inest causa cur diligantur (81): ut virtus, pietas, eruditio, comitas, & cetera eiusmodi bona animi.
Qualitative research in the seventies in Britain (Berke & Hernton, 1974), Jamaica (Rubin & Comitas, 1975), Greece (Stefanis, Dornbush, & Fink, 1977) and Costa Rica (Carter, 1980) began to explore these questions.
The BHA yesterday said information provided by Al Zarooni revealed that, in addition to the 11 horses which had initially tested positive, four others - Comitas, Sashiko, Vacationer and Tearless - were administered one of two prohibited substances but had not been subjected to testing.
On the other hand, in some legal systems state immunity is primarily perceived as part of comitas gentium (international comity) and is therefore perceived as 'a matter purely of discretion', reflecting current political realities and inter-state relationships.
La superbia, la arrogantia, la impudicitia, la impietas, la inconstantia, el latrocinio y la prodigalidad, constituyen aqui un <<caleidoscopio>> de vicios imperiales que se oponen directamente a la moderatio, la comitas, la pietas, la virtus, la constantia y la frugalitas, esenciales a la civilitas del principe en el seno de la sociedad aristocratica.
Entretanto, mesmo considerando a premissa de que as decisoes judiciais dos Estados so podem produzir seus efeitos juridicos nos territorios destes; seja em nome da comitas de Huber (3), da seguranca juridica, do respeito a jurisdicao estrangeira, da reciprocidade, ou, mais recentemente, em nome da cooperacao juridica; os Estados reconhecem--com algumas reservas decisoes prolatadas em outras jurisdicoes, executando-as em seu territorio (4).
Suetonius also attributes the quality of comitas to Augustus (Aug.
The inscription now called "The Praise of Turia" likewise meets the challenge of praising an extraordinary woman by listing singly Turia's virtues--including pudicitia, pietas, comitas, and facilitas--but also merging them with a host of stereotypically masculine attributes like virtus, firmitas animi, constantia, and patientia (CIL VI 1527, 31670, 37053 = ILS 8393).
Acciones prioritarias y localidades clave en el manejo de la subcuenca Actividad Municipio Localidad Proteccion de Rayones Los Cirrales, Monte zonas de Redondo, Santa Rita, La vegetacion Ventana, El Mimbral, Los riparia Barreno, Las Adjuntas, El Zapatero, El Jabali, El Encinal de Abajo y La Diojeda Montemorelos Las Pintas, San Antonio, San Francisco, La Esmeralda, Los Puertecitos y El Ebanito General Teran Las Comitas Obras y Rayones Los Chilares, Los practicas de Cirrales, Los Pocitos, El conservacion Ranchito y El Tepozan Las del suelo Montemorelos Cuevas, Las Pintas
Huber first used the phrase comitas gentium, literally the "civility of nations," to describe the justification for applying foreign law.