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1820) [hereinafter HENING, NEW VIRGINIA JUSTICE 1820]; WILLIAM WALLER HENING, THE NEW VIRGINIA JUSTICE 413, 462, 464 (1799) [hereinafter HENING, NEW VIRGINIA JUSTICE 1799]; WILLIAM WALLER HENING, THE NEW VIRGINIA JUSTICE 450 (1795) [hereinafter HENING, NEW VIRGINIA JUSTICE 1795]; HENRY HITCHCOCK, THE ALABAMA JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 407 (1822) [hereinafter HITCHCOCK, THE ALABAMA JUSTICE]; FRANCOIS-XAVIER MARTIN, THE OFFICE AND AUTHORITY OF A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE 278, 280 (1791) [hereinafter MARTIN, OFFICE AND AUTHORITY]; A NEW CONDUCTOR GENERALIS 404 (Albany, D.
A millennium and a quarter later, in 1596, a Swiss botanist named Caspar Bauhin listed 6,000, and in less than 100 years, in the 1680s, the list ballooned to 18,000 in the Englishman John Ray's Historia Generalis Plantarum.
In the Admonitio Generalis of 789 Charlemagne and his key advisers announced a broad program of reform with ideas of corrcctio and emendatio at its heart.
Alio modo dicitur aliquid generale secundum virtutem: sicut causa universalis est generalis ad omnes effectus, ut sol ad omnia corpora, quae illuminantur vel immutantur per virtutem ipsius.
789 El abad Alcuino de York, sabio de la corte, incita a Carlomagno a emitir la Admonitio Generalis, enunciado magistral de religion y politica que contiene la cosmovision agustiniana de la epoca.
Zootomia democritaea, id est anatome generalis totius animantium opificii: libris quinque distincta, quorum seriem sequens facies delineabit.
8) Ludwig von Bertalanffy, "Zu einer allgemeinen Systemlehre," Blatter fur deutsche Philosophie, 3/4 (extract in Biologia Generalis, 19 [1949], 139-164; quoted in Green, 22).
A pesar de su caracter de lex generalis, que de algun modo garantizaba su perpetua y universal observancia dentro del Imperio, la ley del Dies Solis no se explica como una ley concebida con vistas a su aplicacion en el futuro, sino como una medida elaborada en el complejo marco politico y administrativo del enfrentamiento civil entre Constantino y Licinio, iniciado en 314 con el bellum Cibalense y concluido en 324 con la definitiva derrota de Licinio.
The figure of the librarian who stands against acts of censorship and destruction is richly realized in Thomas James, Bodley's librarian, who responded to the Vatican's 1562 Index generalis librorum prohibitorum--an example of the Counter-Reformation's religio-political use of bibliography--by editing the Index himself and then ensuring that the Bodleian acquired copies of all the books listed as prohibited.
Haec est enim uis generalis omnium locutionum ut, quemadmodum ipsae linguae, non intellegantur nisi audiendo uel legendo discantur (1).
The volume itself is divided into three parts and includes fourteen contributions, seven in German, seven in English, with summaries in the alternative language plus helpful tables and illustrations, as well as an appendix consisting of a German translation of the opening sections from the first edition of the Geographia generalis.
Both Carnival and Royal Caribbean have reached agreements with the Florida Attorney Generalis office regarding their fuel surcharge disclosures, which resulted in refunding money back to customers.