Before the wrestling season began her sophomore year, LeGates
again asked to join the team.
In addition to their continued requirement in water resources investigations, such data became crucial for calibrating satellite-derived estimates and for validating climate models, while the temporal length of the gauge-based record increasingly provided value in global climate change research (Legates
1995; New et al.
Two separate trials were held in Pomerelia, one in 1320 and 1339, and both were held before papal legates
The popes never attended, but controlled things from Rome via their legates
, who alone could present agenda items.
Galileo's trial did not take place in a large hemicycle, nor did it take place before six or seven Papal legates
and a vast audience.
The articles collected in the second section on papal diplomacy are divided into those dealing with nuncios and legates
, and those concerned with the papacy and France during the reign of Henri IV, although in fact these are largely concerned with some of the nuncios and legates
discussed in the first group of articles.
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As a solution, the gating system was changed to a more conventional system with the filter basin, runner bar and legates
that were at the parting being moved to the top of the flange.
The ancient Jubilee tradition of opening the Holy Doors at the four patriarchal basilicas has always been carried out by four different people, the Pope and three Cardinal Legates
. For the first time, on the occasion of Jubilee 2000, the Pope himself will open all four Holy Doors.
By this time Seripando, who was now a cardinal, had been named one of five papal legates
charged with supervising the council proceedings.
co-operated with the Primate of Numidia in these long drawn out proceedings.