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Canon 1 of the Council, the most extensive creed since the Council of Chalcedon, begins by affirming the Trinitarian reality of God, then asserts the historical reality and eternal efficacy of the Incarnation, and finally states: "Una vero est fidelium universalis ecclesia, extra quam nullus omnino salvatur, in qua idem ipse sacerdos et sacrificium Iesus Christus, cuius corpus et sanguis in sacramento altaris sub speciebus panis et vini veraciter continentur, transsubstantiatis pane in corpus et vino in sanguinem potestate divina, ut ad perficiendum mysterium unitatis accipiamus ipsi de suo, quod accepit ipse de nostro.
Association between the 65-kDa heat shock protein, Streptococcus sanguis and the corresponding antibodies in Behcet's syndrome.
14: "Semen est sanguis Christianorum (Ein Same ist das Blut der Christen).
He stated that they 'yield a profusion of thick red gum (not unlike the sanguis draconis)'; his brackets.
Sanguis martyrum ( semen christianorum (Eds: Latin for "Blood of the martyrs ( seeds of Christians").
mutans, S sanguis, and S 'mitior') could inhibit the growth of staphylococci strains due to the production of bacteriocins.
Praeterquam enim quod corpus et sanguis Christi in Eucharistia sunt res signatae, male etiam signa appellantur, cum nullum signum prater rei conceptum sit internum sed omne externum.
37) Already in an earlier passage the first-person construction of the French represents the impersonal construction of the Latin: 'Mes encor sonmes en doutanche / Se icel fer fu de lanche / Dont Dex out le coste ouvert / Ou d'autre engien dont lust couvert / Ichel sanc qui en degota / El waisseil, quant l'en l'i bouta; / Mes bien savon qu'em grant partie, / Por cen qu'ill out la compaignie / Del sanc Dieu et l'atouchement, / Est saintefie voirement' (lines 2571-80); 'de quo ferro dubitatur, an sit de lancea Domini vel porcio alicuius instrumenti, quo forte mediante locatus sit sanguis in vasculo.
dagger]) Includes gram-negative bacilli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Escherichia coli, Streptococcus sanguis, Streptococcus bovis, and Streptococcus mitis.
And then there is the curious pair of clauses that Whalen redundantly calls "kerygmatic assertions: 'hoc meum corpus est, hoc meum sanguis est'" (81; see also 3).
Whatever they saw in the vials and monstrances held out to them, they revered it as sanguis Christi offered pro nobis on Calvary.