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Veritas rerum erroribus gestarum non vitiatur: et ideo praeses provinciae id sequatur quod convenit eum ex fide eorum quae probabuntur.
With the solicitor's letter in hand, Swan reminded Father Ambrose Raftis, PIMS Praeses, that for some years PIMS had not presented its operating budget to the Collegium for approval and admonished that if this omission were brought to the attention of the USMC auditor (as by implication he felt obliged to do), the auditor would likely have serious difficulty in certifying the USMC financial statements (40)
Serapia (XIX) faces violation by two lecherous young men because she refuses to renounce her faith and claims to be the temple of God ([section] 4 templum Dei) (94) If she is raped, the praeses reasons, she will no longer qualify as God's temple.
Sometimes the respondent did, but often it was the praeses (the professor supervising the dissertation and the defense).
Non enim convenit publice aliquam sententiam proponere de qua disputatur in Comm.Theologica: non enim Emus Praeses vel Secretarius Commissionis Theologicae publice respondere possunt et dicere se omnino non consentire.
At its very center is Morde-chai Chaim Rumkowski, the Chairman, or Praeses (King) of the ghetto, who, in a unique arrangement, was chosen by the Nazis to establish a workforce of his fellow Jews, corralled by barbed wire in Lodz, in order to supply their oppressors with goods and profit.
En este ambiente, Don Jaime convoco en Barcelona, en 1263, la celebracion de una de las mas famosas Disputas: el dominico Ramon Marti(nez) (xxi) secundado por Pablo Cristiano, judio converso de Montpellier y hermano dominico, enfrentaron al famoso rabino Moises ben Nahman o Bonastrug de Porta (= Nahmanides), "Praeses" de la escuela rabinica de Gerona y noble critico de Maimonides.
(50) In 400, the Jew Lectorius was elevated to the rank of praeses of the Balaeric islands, and in 418 both Theodore and Caecilianus, Equestrian Jews of Minorca, held the military title of defensor civitatis.
Fauchetus Praeses: Les Flamans, & ceux du Pays bas, par desdain, & pour ceste cause, nous appellent crapaux franchos.
The church council took the affair seriously because the next day the praeses and scribe brought the "magic, fortune-telling and exorcism" of the woman to the attention of the magistrate.
Co-opted onto the City Council, his rise to the key post of Praeses amidst the tensions of seventeenth-century German secular and religious politics makes fascinating reading.