negotia

See: commerce
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13) son negotia tractant, in studium incumbunt, promovent incepta, y <<conocen, finalmente, los asuntos que los fieles, en el ejercicio de sus derechos, remiten a la Sede Apostolica>>.
3] political program that calls for negotia Israel as the only way to reach a final peace settlement.
She also discovered that women do not always know how to AaAaAeAa[acute accent]play the gameAaAaAeAa[paragraph] when it comes to things like negotia a job or securing a mortgage, because they are new to the game and did not write the rules.
ARANGIO-RUIZ, Fontes iuris romani Antejiustiniani, (PIRA) III, Negotia, Firenze, 1969, no.
Ne vero modum seu septa ut dicitur epistola transiliat, iam hic finem capiet, si tamen subiecero fuisse in votis ad Hispaniam duos ex nobis mittere qui negotia declarare possent, sed per proregem non licuit nec super ea re plus molesti esse voluimus, quod sciremus te etiam idem nolle.
The announcement comes just weeks after DavutoAaAaAeAalu helped negotia a deal with the European Union to stem the flow of illegal migration between Western Turkey and Eastern Greece.
The uncertainty provides us with potential shortterm and longterm impacts but, until a decision and negotia tions are made, we can't prepare for such outcomes.
Les negotia et les negotiatores ou negotiantes, termes derives du verbe negotiari, suscitent des debats et des mises au point regulieres en raison d'un champ semantique large, source de diverses ambiguites (87).
Insomma, nel commentare i costumi di corte, Malvezzi riserba singolare attenzione ai "segreti del cuore", i quali vanno accuratamente occultati entro quella specie di cenacolo, basato sulla comunanza di interessi e di negotia, costituito dalla corte: "[.
itaque vobis breviter dico, o pueri mei, haec omnia negotia certe auspicata magna esse.
influen negotia fo a Presid As for the EU boosting world safety and prosperity, how, Mister President, has it done that?