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In early 13th century, linguistic problems typically arose from the encounter of the Aristotelian Organon with other linguistic traditions, notable with Boethius' logical corpus and Priscian's grammar, says Mora-M[sz]rquez, and most of the problems revolved around the role significatio plays in the institution of linguistic signs, the grammaticality of sentences, and the truth or falsity of assertions as well as in the question of linguistic communication.
Accuratissime observetur apta verborum significatio, idque non solum relate ad expressiones stride iuridicas (quales sunt "officium ecclesiasticum", "personalitas iuridica", "erectio vel approbatio canonica", etc.
ejemplifica el nexo entre significatio ritual y res (la Alianza, la vida conforme a la voluntad de Dios): <<en la accion ritual, la dinamica inclusiva que vincula revelacion divina y decision humana esta realmente sintetizada>> (p.
ea usitatissima nominis ousia significatio quamquam differt a superiore, ita tamen ei affinis est, ut interdum utram praeferas dubium sit.
membership, scholastic significatio and suppositio.
Since section 56(1) has a penal nature, the common law maxim In poenis strictissima verborum significatio accipiendi est ('in the case of penal laws, the strictest interpretation of their terms should be accepted') is applicable.
He is however wrong to suggest that the words quasi umbrosus should be deleted: they are a garbled form of the graeca significatio.
As with Kafka's, Carroll's quests are more broadly structured around the difficulties of a hero in search of a moral or metaphysical significatio (among other things) but not quite discovering it.
79) "Quod quidem ab interiori procedit quantum ad duo quae in verbo exteriori inveniuntur, scilicet vox ipsa, et significatio vocis.
50) Musculus, Loci communes, 568: "Propria tamen significatio vocis huius est, qua promissionem significat, eamque non quamlibet, sed Deo religiose ac sancte factam.
35) 'Sed translatio est de greco in latinum ut si inveniatur aliqua dictio apud Grecos vel tractatus aliquis et cognoscatur significatio eius, tunc aliquis ponit latina vocabula idem significantia' (Grondeux, Le 'Graecismus' d'Evrard de Bethune, pp.