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CLEMENTINES, eccl. law. The name usually given to the collection of decretals or constitutions of Pope Clement V., which was made by order of John XXII. his successor, who published it in 1317. The death of Clement V., which happened in 1314, prevented him from publishing this collection, which is properly a compilation, as well of the epistles and constitutions of this pope, as of the decrees of the council of Vienna, over which he presided. The Clementines are divided in five books, in which the matter is distributed nearly upon the same plan as the Decretals of Gregory IX. Vide La Bibliotheque des auteurs ecclesiastiques, par Dupin.

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A festive favourite, 100 grams of typical clementines contain just 47 calories.
With their crisp, citrus essence, thin peel and sweet juicy taste, Clementines from Spain add a splash of fresh flavor to any meal time favorite," says Carmichael.
The Clementines from Spain Web site is also a great place to find simple and delicious meal ideas.
Clementines from Spain are a seasonal fruit available November to March.
Add caster sugar and your clementine zest and beat until smooth and light and fluffy.
Local Boston Chef Deborah Hansen, owner of Taberna de Haro, eagerly awaits this time of year when Clementines from Spain - one of her favorite seasonal ingredients - become available.
For the Clementine slices: In saucepan, combine sugar, water,
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Start with a spoonful of fromage frais, then drop on some segments of clementine.
To make the sauce heat marmalade and clementine juice together and simmer until it gains some body, strain into a clean jug, serve with the mousse and segments of clementines