Libertini

LIBERTI, LIBERTINI. These two words were, at different times, made to express among the Romans, the condition of those who, having been slaves, had been made free. 1 Brown's Civ. Law, 99. There is some distinction between these words. By libertus, was understood the freedman, when considered in relation to his patron, who had bestowed liberty upon him and he was called libertinus, when considered in relation to the state he occupied in society since his manumission. Lec. El. Dr. Rom. Sec. 93.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Mathematical modeling is the process of representing real-world situations using mathematics as a way to understand and solve a specified problem (Daher & Shahbari, 2015; Bliss & Libertini, 2016), and the model itself is the mathematical description of the real-world situation (Lesh & Lehrer, 2003).
Los hombres libres, a su vez, son o bien "ingenuos" (ingenui) o bien "libertinos" (libertini).
Andrea Memmo, outre sa descendance nobiliaire, "era un giovane di spirito dai modi spregiudicati e libertini : il desiderio di una vita intensa e appassionata lo rendeva irresistibile agli occhi di Giustiniana, giovane spigliata e curiosa quanto lui." (Isenberg, 2010: 16).
But while it pulls disapproving (or envious) friends, relatives, and abandoned wives and lovers into the room, it can't make them funny--not even with Julie Kavner, Mark Linn-Baker, Richard Libertini and other veteran comic actors in the parts.
2000a), and gastropods from the families Planorbidae and Caliptraeidae (Burch 1964, Burch & Huber 1966, Contreras 1999), but scarce information on nuclear DNA content has been documented (Libertini et al.
L'orrore di Salo risiede anche, come Ryan-Scheutz mette bene in risalto, non solo nel rifiuto delle caratteristiche che le figure femminili avevano incarnato nelle opere precedenti, ma anche e soprattutto nel fatto che i quattro libertini ridicolizzano ed insultano il femminile vestendosi e comportandosi da donne, come per appropriarsi ed annichilare quello che la donna aveva incarnato prima della creazione del nuovo "neo-fascismo" nell'accezione pasoliniana (206).
At the beginning of the 1980s, with the terrorist wave subsiding and the political pamphleteering and experimental poetry that characterized the 1970s also waning, three remarkable works of fiction greeted Italian readers: Umberto Eco's Il nome della rosa (1980), Pier Vittorio Tondelli's Altri libertini (1980), and Gesualdo Bufalino's Diceria dell'untore (1981).