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15) The Vatican's English translation of Responsum ad dubium should say "pertains to," not "belongs to.
Il faut preciser qu'un responsum de Modestin (69) permet a l'heritier de deroger aux volontes du testateur, lorsque ce dernier desire etre depose dans la mer apres son deces, plutot que d'etre enseveli suivant les rites ancestraux.
272) In one responsum, Rabbi Alfasi deals with a case in which a woman whose husband had married a second wife insisted that he pay her a fine of two hundred
grant us a legal responsum (fatwa) regarding questions that we have recorded here.
Fed ego, quod dominus suggessit, et responsum his diebus d[omino] Baroni misi.
Maharam Alashkar (Spain, North Africa, Eretz Yisrael, 1466-1542) authored a long responsum defending Maimonides against the onslaught of Shem Tov ibn Shem Toy (Spain, c.
I have read carefully the responsum of the five Talmudists at Yeshiva University, forbidding prayer services by women.
Del latin responsum, la responsabilidad alude al valor moral de ser considerado sujeto de una deuda u obligacion; en terminos colectivos el principio de responsabilidad sigue el imperativo categorico kantiano de obrar de tal modo que los efectos de nuestra accion sean compatibles con la permanencia de una vida humana autentica en la Tierra.
One responsum of the geonic period states that it is simply the "will of God" that Jews should obey the laws of their rulers, (10) while other early commentators connect it to the Seven Noahide Laws.
Incunable 28 Oldradus de Ponte de Laude, Consilia Washington, DC, et quaestio-nes, edited by Alphonsus Library of de Soto, with Johannes Franciscus de Congress, ff Pavinis, Responsum de jure super Hain 9934 controversia depuero Tridentino a Judaeis interfecto (Rome: Apud Sanctum Marcum (Vitus Puecher), 1478).
Magistri in theologia Parisienses requisiti a Philippo IV, rege Francorum, de facto Templariorum responsum dant, 1308, Martii 25, Parisiis .
5) "Huic nuntio, quia, credo, dubiae fidei videbatur, nihil voce responsum est; rex velut deliberabundus in hortum aedium transit sequente nuntio filii; ibi inambulans tacitus summa papauerum capita dicitur baculo decussisse.