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Per honestiores autem et instructiores in lege Domini et in sanctorum Patrum sententiis verbum Domini censuimus proponendum in schola nostra fratribus et amicis, cum praelatorum vero licentia et veneratione debita, per idoneos et instructos in sacra pagina fratres, qui potentes sint in sana doctrina arguere gentem errantem et ad fidem modis omnibus trahere et in gremio sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae revocare.
abstract abstruse, (near synonyms in many contexts yet ironically antonyms in their etymology; ignoring the common ab- (from) prefix, abstract is from trahere, draw off, while abstruse is from trudere, push.
Nam non est in potestate daemonum homines ad ista trahere, nisi ipsi sponte velint et pacta cum daemonibus iniant.
2: munia senatus magistratuum legum in se trahere, <<(Augusto) se arrogo las funciones del Senado, de los magistrados, de las leyes[mucho mayor que].
militem donis, populum annona, cunctos dulcedine otii pellexit, insurgere paulatim, munia senatus magistratuum legum in se trahere, nullo adversante, cum ferocissimi per acies aut proscriptione cecidissent, ceteri nobilium, quanto quis servitio promptior, opibus et honoribus extollerentur.
414) and declares, "Sola est quies, / mecum ruina cuncta si uideo obruta: / mecum omnia abeant, trahere, cum pereas, libet" (There is only peace if I see everything ruined, obliterated along with myself: let everything pass away with me.
I, 2, 1: Caesar dux reliquus, posito triumviri nomine consulem se ferens et ad tuendam plebem tribunicio iure contentum, ubi militem donis, populum annona, cunctos dulcedine otii pellexit, insurgere paulatim, munia senatus magistratuum legum in se trahere.
La ambiguedad, repite Jeronimo, da la posibilidad de interpretar el texto <<in deteriorem partem>> o <<ad impietatis trahere sensum>> y <<male interpretare>> (In Isaiam 1, 2, 22), pero en ocasiones Jeronimo deja en el aire la seguridad de la interpretacion: <<nunc septem, nunc plures, nunc iuramentum interpretantur, possit in hoc loco non septem significare, sedplures>> (2, 4, 1) o <<potest interpretari>> (3, 6, 2), <<dici potest>> (7, 21, 11).
77-78: <<statim me circumvallat multitudo militaris et volentem me ad sanctum altare confugere non concessit, sed nitebatur de ecclesia trahere, tunc tumulto plurimo facto vix potui ad quendam locum ecclesiae confugere et ibi cum his qui mecum erant latere, non tamen sine custodia ne valeam universa mala quae erga me commissa sunt ad vos referre>>.
Justification for such a definition might be found in the Webster's Third New International Dictionary (1965) definition: from the Latin dis (apart) + trahere (draw or pull), "to draw or cause to turn away from an original position, goal, purpose, direction, association or interest.
Virgilio habla de uela dare / uela trahere, "desplegar y recoger las velas"; son metaforas extraidas de la navegacion maritima para significar la composicion de una obra literaria: el poeta lo hace por el infinito mar en una gran nave; el lirico, en una pequena nave a lo largo de un rio (Curtius, Literatura latina.
A trace was one of two straps, chains or lines of a harness for attaching a horse to a vehicle, and the word comes via Old French from the Latin word tractus, which is the past participle of the verb trahere 'to pull or to draw.