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LIBER. A book; a principal subdivision of a literary work: thus, the Pandects, or Digest of the Civil Law, is divided into fifty books.

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Quite in line with Ukrainian integral nationalists of the interwar period, (4) but in contrast to most ideologues of modem-day Ukraine, Liber identifies the Ukrainian-speaking population of the pre-1914 period as "an ethnographic mass" (34), lacking most accessories of modern nationhood.
Presumably the volume was preceded by a Liber primus, but of such a publication no trace has been found.
Nothing about massel tobacco is safe or traditional," warned Liber.
Big-race jockey Kieren Fallon, who has sampled Oaks success four times in the past, has a plumb ride in Banoffee, while Ryan Moore, who won the Classic in 2008 with Snow Fairy, is booked to do duty on Sir Michael Stoute's flagbearer Liber Nauticus.
The winter favourite for the Oaks after her encouraging debut at Goodwood, Liber Nauticus lost her position in the market after the recent performances of Moth and Secret Gesture, but victory in what is generally perceived as the most important trial leaves her one of the main contenders.
John Gosden's Woodland Aria has a similar profile to Liber Nauticus having picked up a Wolverhampton maiden on her only appearance.
Sob o titulo "Establecimiento de fuentes y enmiendas textuales en el Liber medicinae ex animalibus de Sexto Placido" (pp.
Beginning with an informed and informative description and introduction by Professor Graves Haydon Thompson, "Ovid: Ars Amatoria/Remedia Amoris" is a superbly presented text of Ovid's Ars Amatoria presented in a three section: Liber Primus; Liber Secundus; and Liber Tertius.
THOMAS AQUINAS FREQUENTLY uses the maxim liber est causa sui--a sentence most easily translated as "The free is the cause of itself.
Judge Stephen Stewart QC concluded he should be freed and paid damages by the Home Office for loss of liber ty.
Liber Amicorum: Festschriften for Music Scholars and Nonmusicians, 1840-1966.
La presente edicion del Liber regularum --denominacion que, por otra parte, no usa Ticonio--que nos ofrece el profesor Ayan Calvo tiene su origen en un trabajo ya iniciado por Eugenio Romero Pose, fallecido en 2007, y que este no pudo ver acabado.