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John Reeder, "Tratados de cambios y de usura (1541-1547)," Hacienda Publica Espanola 38 (1976): 175n20.
In "With Usura," Pound puts usury against human values and contends that good houses, good bread, good art, and natural fertility, as the emblems of human civilization, are debased by a culture that supports usury and the Jews.
Cu aceasta, s-ar usura pentru unii gasirea bratelor ce le sunt necesare, iar pentru altii gasirea de lucru, si ar deveni inutila aducerea de lucratori de peste granita, cari scot pe fiecare an atatea milioane din tara, in paguba muncitorilor nostri" (54).
In biblical times, the word for it was usury - from the Latin usura meaning "interest" - which originally meant the charging of any interest on loans.
Liber exemplorum ad usura praedicantium saeculo XIII compositus a quodam fratre minore anglico de provincia Hiberniae secundum codicem dunelmensem editus (Aberdeen, 1908), no.
COLOMBIA: Antioquia: Amalfi, El Mango, 330 (MHUA 21-2, 25-6, 34); Amalfi, El Tablon, 760m (MHUA 121); Amalfi, El Jardin, 1000m (MHUA 454, 505-7); Amalfi, Los Suribios (MHNCSJ 2167-8); Anori, La Bramadora, 590-600m (MHUA 05, 07); Anori, El Limon, 570m (MHUA 08); Anori, La Usura, 400m (MHUA 2028); Cocorna, Vereda Las Granjas, Quebrada La Granja, km.
With usura hath no man a house of good stone each block cut smooth and well fitting that design might cover their face, with usura/ hath no man a painted paradise on his church wall harpes et luthes or where virgin receiveth message
Tratarse de esferas donde se disputa el control de ventas masivas y la especulacion y la usura son fenomenos corrientes como plazas mayoristas y minoristas de mercado, carnicerias, terminales de autobuses intermunicipales, espectaculos de entretenimiento masivo y casas y equipos de juego como las maquinas tragamonedas, asi como casas de cambio de divisas.
Vita quipped, generaliore notione, nihil aliud est, quam usura quaedam vigoris, mobilitatisque facultatem activarum, ut mors est earumdem extinctio.
Once you told us that the strength of dialect lies in its essential `otherness,' in its position of eccentricity with respect to the national language, in its different history, predominantly oral, which has saved it from the process of erosion and usura which, you said, always attends literary languages.
9) Humphrey, Iohannes Iuelli, 217: "Annotationes quasdam, sive breves propositiones de usura, in ipsius musaeo post obitum repertas, placuit evulgare: ubi Lector intelliget ad quondam principalem quaestionem duas advesarias & acutas & succinctas responsiones.
seems more than happy to forgive: usura, usura, okay