haereticus

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The modern German translation is literal and accurate, and its range of vocabulary closely matches the Latin, although Ketzer, used extensively for haereticus, also translates sectarius at line 870.
2) An sacerdos hominem rebaptizans modo superstitioso et sacrilego credens quod talis baptizatus virtutem habeat curandi a morbo caduco sit velut haereticus habendus vel solum ut sacrilegus puniendus et qualiter.
The cardinals decided that Brown should abjure "ut formalis haereticus.
matris ecclesiae facta abiuratione ut formalis haereticus apposita clausula citra poenam relapsus attenta eius juvenili aetate.
Craig Downs of Haereticus Environmental Laboratory Virginia, said, "The use of oxybenzone-containing products needs to be seriously deliberated in islands and areas where coral reef conservation is a critical issue.
Researchers from London's Haereticus Environmental Laboratory are collecting and freezing as many coral species as possible to preserve them in perpetuity.
Following that lead, Craig Downs of the Haereticus lab discovered how to freeze millimeter-long pieces of coral tissue at negative 330 degrees Fahrenheit in a way that it could later be thawed and regenerated.