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Estudios linguisticos en torno a los textos del pasado", en Id est, loquendi peritia.
Servari autem sine magno labore magnaque peritia litterarum non possunt.
Mark Stansbury's "The Schaffhausen manuscript and the composition of the Life of Columba" (70-89), draws on the author's previous publication on this topic in Peritia 17-18 (2003-04), building on its insights.
La evaluacion como instrumento de mejora y calidad de los programas universitarios para mayores: programa universitario para mayores Peritia et Doctrina de la ULPGC.
39: "[N] Restat igitur considerare quomodo ei insunt peritia et disciplina: Num veluti naturales qualitates, quas virtutes appellant, ut sunt species sapientiae et scientiae, quas divini radii repercussion percipit, an veluti substantiales suas partes, quibus consistit, ita ut quaedam trinitas sit unius essentiae, mens, peritia, disciplina?
2r: "Accedit rei militaris peritia que quantam tibi gloriam pariat quivis optime potest agnoscere.
Peritia quidem iam tui usum praebes, et hanc peritiam tuam operum oportunitate, et vicissitudine habes.
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A palavra pericia provem do latim peritia e significa habilidade, destreza, vistoria ou exame de carater tecnico e especializado (Rodrigues, 2004; Rovinski, 2007).
Tacitus points out that Sejanus took full advantage to cast a sinister interpretation of Agrippina's actions on this and later occasions, exploiting Tiberius's fears: accendebat haec onembatque Seianus, peritia morum Tiberii odia in longum iaciens, quae reconderet auctaque promeret (These thoughts were kept burning and piled high by Sejanus, who, with his experience of Tiberius's behavior, sowed hatreds for the distant future, to be stored away and brought out when grown, Ann.
25) Peter Smith, A Middle-Irish Poem on the Authors and Laws of Ireland, 8 PERITIA 120, 137 [paragraph] 45 (1994) ("Since Aimirgein wise and diligent gave the first judgment in the beginning in Ireland, the noble judgments of traditional Irish Law belonged solely to poets.