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NUNCIO. The name given to the Pope's ambassador. Nuncios are ordinary or extraordinary; the former are sent upon usual missions, the latter upon special occasions.

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(11.) See Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), "Instruction on Certain Aspects of the 'Theology of Liberation,'" Libertatis nuntius (1984) 10.2; cf.
The apparent death knell to Aristotelian natural philosophy came with Galileo's telescopic observations, published in his Sidereus Nuntius (Starry Message), of the myriad of stars of the Milky Way, of the Medicean satellites of Jupiter, of the phases of Venus, of the mountains and craters on the moon and of the sunspots.
"I believe they (Alpha) want better terms and they are bargaining," said Alexander Moraitakis, head of Nuntius Securities in Athens.
omnis enim debet sine vano nuntius esse, maioremque metu servus habere fidem.
During the Brazilians' ad limina visit, Benedict recalled that "last August marked 25 years since the Instruction Libertatis nuntius of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (On certain aspects of the Theology of Liberation).
L KN(this paper) Minibiotus hufelandioides M LP([Mu.sup.2]) (Murray, 1910) Minibiotus intermedius M, L AO(DN), BW(Mi), NA(Ma), (Plate, 1888) GT/MP(KM), WC(B,P) Milnesium tardigradum M, L AO(DN), BW(Mi), LS(Mi), Doyere, 1840 NA(Ma), CC([Mu.sup.1]), LP(Mi), NW(Mi), ZW(Mi) Apodibius nuntius Binda, 1984 M, S MZ(B), ZW(V) Species Biogeography Bryodelphax parvulus Thulin, Na, Nt, P, Af, I 1928 Echiniscus sp.
Characters really acting, playing a part, are treated in the same way as women in mourning: "didst act the Nuntius well?" Tharsalio asks Lycus, the messenger sent to tell of Lysander's supposed death, but he comments on Cynthia's responses as well: "Then was her cue to whimper." (37) "Forget not to describe her passion at thy discovery of his slaughter.
Bulla, Legatus, Nuntius: Etudes de diplomatique et de diplomatie pontificales ([XIII.sup.e]-[XVII.sup.e] siecle).
(27) nuntius Dei de animabus justis: the reference here is surely to worthy or saved souls, the 'justified' in the Pauline sense, not to equitably-minded or fairly-acting people, and certainly not principally or specifically to judges of any kind; yet it was a not uncommon preaching habit then to take biblical words out of context.