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6) As a number of scholars have observed, the language of the servitium amoris (slavery of love) featured by the elegists of the Augustan period overlaps with the language of patronage, Fitzgerald 2000:72; White 1993:87-91.
Their Quebec lawyer, relying upon the rights of husbands and wives inter se under Quebec law, by which a husband had a right to his wife's consortium and servitium, commenced an action with Mr.
But, Justice Taschereau distinguished between a claim for losses of consortium or servitium in relation to an injured spouse and a claim for future care expenses of that spouse.
The majority awarded the plaintiff $3000 for future expenses for the care of his injured wife and, of course, nothing in relation to losses of consortium and servitium.
In view of the legal rights and obligations of husband and wife, towards each other, he says that plaintiff could not claim for loss of consortium or servitium, nor for future expenses to be incurred by him for the care of his invalid wife.
Sed quod illi suis idolis exhibuerunt, cultores unius Dei ad ipsius praeconia conuerterunt [Honorius: Quod fideles imitati sunt, et in servitium veri Dei converterunt].
As a result, Gandersheim functioned as a royal palace during visits from the king, "who had his own special rooms there" for both sacral and private worship, and offered its servitium regis to the king and his entourage.
Ecclesie tres sunt qui servitium male soluunt Forschippers, momelers, overlepers, non bene psallunt.
eat nunc et summo furore saeviat et crudelitati suae materiem quaerat aliam; nam in eos, quorum sibi vitas <in> servitium deae nostrae maiestas vindicavit, non habet locum casus infestus.
The Anonymous then goes on to justify this man's unusual existence as a city-dwelling hermit: "quamvis in civitate manerat plena populo, tamen, quia nullus locus est remotus compunctae menti, separatus erat a populo et ad Dei servitium solus manebat in cella ieiuniis, vigiliis et orationibus vacans.
107) Zum Bedeutungswandel einzelner Termini wie fortuna, voluptas und servitium in Buch 11 s.