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Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus," false in one thing, false in everything, is maxim that relates to the credibility of witnesses which however does not amount to a rule of law but one of prudence in the shifting and weighing of evidence.
Al tratar en sus obras del falsus intellectus o interpretaciones incorrectas de algunos pasajes de la Escritura, el Aquinate da indicaciones para una lectura fecunda que tiene que ver con las cualidades morales del interprete y su apertura al don de entendimiento, que es el que afecta particularmente a la exegesis biblica.
Aqui pouco me importa se a fonte e transmissora de alguma doenca venerea, antes me interessa, o falsus rumor.
Maxim falsus in uno falsus in omnibus' is not applicable in prevalent system of criminal administration of justice and there is no rule of universal application that here some accused persons have not been found guilty, the other accused would ipso facto stand acquitted, because the Court has to sift the grain from the chaff.
Masapol, the high court ruled that the doctrine falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus, (false in one, false in all) "deals only with the weight of evidence, and is not a positive rule of law," she added.
Masapol, where the Supreme Court ruled: "The doctrine of falsus in uno falsus in omnibus, (meaning false in one, false in all) deals only with the weight of evidence, and is not a positive rule of law, and the same is not an inflexible one of universal application.
Texto (marcado con un trazo vertical al margen): Neque enim falsus est qui dixit: quod diligentibus Deum, omnia cooperantur in bonum.
Estructura media frontal tipo falsus (Reyes-Castillo 1970), con quilla central pequena, de apice no libre y tuberculos laterales marcados.
The Latin expression "falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus" means, if one thing is wrong, the whole thing is wrong--or, at least if one thing is wrong, what else might be wrong?
gossypiana (Hood) (261), Chirothrips falsus Priesner (199), Microcephalothrips abdominalis Crawford (168), accounted for 94.
Falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus - He who lies once is not to be believed twice.
Patrifamilias peregre versanti falsus nuncius adsertur, equos ipsius domi periisse.