Cepit


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CEPIT. Took. This is a technical word, which cannot be supplied by any other in an indictment for larceny. The charge against the defendant must be that he took the thing stolen with a felonious design. Bac. Ab. Indictment, G 1.

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Hic Almeriam, Tortosam et usque ad XLa opida circa Hiberum amnem, nec non et Siuranam Sarracenis abstulit, Hilerdam et Fragam uno die simul cepit. Ecclesia [sic] Dei usque ad CCCo [sic] altaria in finibus Sarracenorum dilatavit.
It was carried out by the Control, Electronica de Potencia y Gestion de la Innovacion Tecnologica research group, CEPIT, and financed by the Academic Vice-Rector, Project No.
las empresas e instituciones que componen la Cepit tienen como objetivo consolidar un sistema integrado, comprometido con el desarrollo economico y social de la region, con crecimiento sus-tentable, que posee como pilar fundacional la innovacion tecnologica y productiva del sector, e intenta conformar a nivel territorial local el modelo del "Triangulo de Sabato".
(28.) In the Virgilian version: ah, Corydon, Corydon, quae te dementia cepit? / semiputata tibi frondosa vitis in ulmo est ...
(78) Antoninus, Chroniques, 54: "Sumpta igitur possessione conventus, Cosmas, ut vir magnificus [monasterium] cepit hedificare." In his chronicle of San Marco Fra Giuliano Lapaccini, prior for much of the time of Antonino's residence there, extends magnificence to include Cosimo's brother Lorenzo: "magnificis viris Cosmo et Laurentio Mediceis autoribus" (Lapaccini, 11).
castra quoque nec opinato adgressus cepit et octo milibus hostium captis, ceteris aut caesis aut ex agro Romano fugatis sine auctoritate patrum populi iussu triumphavit.
Cynthia prima suis miserum me cepit ocellis, contactum nullis ante cupidinibus.
For example, when Thomas Walsshman, a tailor, entered the home of Stephen Irish, he is said to have taken and abducted and raped (cepit et abduxit et rapuit) both Stephen's wife, Alice, and his goods to a value of forty pounds.
Propere lingua ululando gemere Cepit, testare: Si umquam hunc legere Ausus fuero, te negabi, Domine.
Virginis, ex qua Christi corpus efformatum est, cura Christi corpus evasit desiit esse pars corporis Mariae; et cepit esse pars corporis Christi; quia non amplius subsistebat in hypostasi Matris, sed Filii.
Pope, for example, renders 'Graecia capta ferum victorem cepit et artis intulit agresti Latio' (4) (Horace, Epistles, II.
VIXIT PETRUS DICTUS COGNOME STIERNMAN; UPSALA QUEM GENUIT SANGUINE CONSPICUO; QUEM RECTE EDUCTUM MUSAE FECERE MAGISTRUM; UPSALICAEUT RHENI VIDERAT OMNE SOLUM; REGIUS HINC VERBI DIVINI PRAECO FIDELIS; TEMPORE BELLORUM QUEM HAFNIA CAPTUM HABUIT; HINC VERO REDUCEM PASTORUM PRAEPOSITIONUMQUE PRAECLARE MERITUM TORSTUNA NACTA FUIT; MATRONA INSIGNIS SPLENDIDA CONSPICUA;IPSUM QUAE FECIT FORMOSA PROLE PARENTUM HAEC QUANQUAM PRIMO FLORE CADENS OBIIT; DENIQUE EPISCOPUM EUM TANDEM GOTHLANDIA CEPIT; ATQUE HABUIT FRUCTU NON SINE MUTIPLICI; EST IN COELITIBUS IAM TERQUE QUATERQUE BEATUS ET CERTE FULGET CEU NOVA STELLA POLI...."