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Actrix contendit initum matrimonium canonicum nullitate laborare ob defectum discretionis iudicii circa iura et officia matrimonialia essentialia mutuo tradenda et acceptanda eo quod tempore celebrationis nuptiarum habebat personalitatem immaturam et decrevit contrahere nuptias cum convento tantum ob praegnationem quia se sentiebat coactam ad matrimonium reparatorium contrahendum propter pressiones suorum parentum.
All Catholics know that school-day exhortation: Laborare est Orare (to work is to pray).
28) This passage was marked by a semantic change, from ergon toponos, in the Greek Fathers, and from operari to laborare in the Latin ones.
nam qui obscurare vult narrat falsa pro veris, et in iis quae narrat debet laborare ut videantur quam evidentissima.
2002: 98); sin embargo y pese a esta escasez historica, es demostrable, la existencia de por lo menos dos palabras no relacionadas que definen la misma actividad: labor y trabajo, por ejemplo: "en el idioma griego se distingue entre ponein y ergazesthai, en el latino entre laborare y facere o fabricari, en el frances entre ouvrer y travailler" (Arendt, H.
Degas, en particular, tuvo como lema Ambulare, postea laborare (Forgione 2005: 670), es decir, Caminar, despues trabajar.
Greek distinguishes between ponein and ergazesthai and Latin differentiates laborare and fabricari.
Volunt dici, et non fieri; dicente scriptura: 'Vuh piger, et non vult'; id est: vult beatus esse et non vult laborare, unde beatus fat" (see Allott, Alcuin, 79, with minor modifications).
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Y politicamente, mediante la renuncia al Estado en beneficio de la libertad individual, lo que, si bien ha permitido el relativo florecimiento de la sociedad civil posbelica, ha hecho germinar un populismo antiestatalista verdaderamente irrazonable: laborare stanca.
It was in the ambiance of the medieval monastery wherefrom comes the famous formula beloved by Carlyle: laborare est orare; that is, labor in some respect equals prayer.
8) Later, the protagonist does not know how much longer the Cena is to go on: "nor were we yet aware that we were struggling up only the middle of the hill, as they say" (nec adhuc sciebamus nos in medio [lautitiarum], quod aiunt, clivo laborare 47,8).

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