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Cyprian Norwid, Vade mecum By Way of an Introduction (Universalities) Version 2 The Artist's soul draws breath in its life's spring Just like a butterfly that's on the wing.
It provides a useful vade mecum for internal meetings and ministerial briefings.
For centuries these were the physicians' textbook and vade mecum.
The ongoing digitization of books promises an apotheosis of sorts, as the world's printed matter merges into One Big Book, an encyclopedic vade mecum.
Albert Barron Friedman, whose Viking Book of Folk Ballads of the English-Speaking World (1956) became, to the surprise of its compiler, a vade mecum for the folk revival in the United States, died of a heart attack on 11 November 2006, in Los Angeles.
This greatly enhances the usefulness of the catalog as what we might call the vade mecum, or prolegomenon, for a new, comprehensive, and greatly needed monographic study.
The Vatican's Pontifical Council for The Family, Vade Mecum for Confessors, Concerning Some Aspects of the Morality of Conjugal Life states, that "The Church has always taught the intrinsic evil of contraception, that is, of every marital act intentionally rendered unfruitful.
xxv) She, therefore, employs murder--in the historical forms of criminal investigations and murder narratives--as a vade mecum to late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English society.
Yitzhak Hen argues that the book is Gallican--there have been arguments on behalf of an Italian origin--and that it was privately prepared and a vade mecum for a priest.
This seventh paper from the Thomas More Institute is "a paper of advocacy, an appeal for realism and political courage, a vade mecum for the lucid heads".
In the cases of Williams' volumes, one can treat each as a vade mecum as one explores the various ecclesiastical structures or illustrations being celebrated in the relevant text and pause for reading and prayer at the features that Williams discusses.
His knowledge and judgment are put to good use in 100 Essential Modern Poems, intended as a kind of vade mecum, a "go with me" guide to make it easier to approach the vast poetry shelves in your favorite bookstore.