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Shopping thoroughfares Stonegate and Petergate still run along the same routes as they did 2,000 years ago when they were named Via Praetoria and Via Principalis.
lt;<En resumen --concluye en uno de los apartados--, el obispo recibe el spiritus principalis (el Espiritu para presidir la Iglesia y la Eucaristia), el presbitero, el spiritus consilii (el Espiritu para aconsejar), el diacono, el spiritus sollicitudinis (el Espiritu para servir a los miembros del cuerpo de Cristo, sobre todo a los pobres y pequenos, y servir a su Cabeza)>> (p.
Garcia Marcos en el sector de Puerta Obispo, situado junto a la puerta oriental del recinto historico de la capital leonesa, al este de la ciudad antigua, puso al descubierto los restos de la monumental porta principalis sinistra del campamento de la legio VII gemina, en el lugar donde se levanto en el siglo XIV una gran puerta gotica.
Next I'd see the sudden rush of black and white wings past me, and I'd know immediately that this was Campephilus principalis, what legions of other birdwatchers had been unable to find, and I'd weep with joy.
Back then they were called Via Praetoria and Via Principalis and led to the massive Roman headquarters which once occupied the site where the vast gothic minster stands today.
Now it has been seen again, officially Campephilus principalis but more graphically the "Lord God" woodpecker, on account of its awesome appearance.
Stonegate and Petergate are the city's most stylish shopping streets, and still run along the same routes as they did 2,000 years ago, when they were called Via Praetoria and Via Principalis and led to the massive Roman headquarters which once occupied the site of the Minster.
The High Cross was the intersection of Via Principalis (Eastgate and Watergate Street), Via Decumana (Northgate Street) and Via Praetoria (Bridge Street).
In quodam angulo ianuae principalis habetur rectoris iniurias audientis similituclo.
It is widely believed that the Ivory-billed Woodpecker (Campephilus principalis - "the princely eater of grubs") was never a very common bird.
Mariae spiritus erat spiritualis sacerdos, sicut crux altare, et Christus sacrificium; licet spiritus ipse Christi esset principalis sacerdos, sed spiritus Mariae una erat cum spiritu Christi, imo unus cum eo spiritus erat, una veluti anima in duobus corporibus.

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