Proceres


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PROCERES. The name by which the chief magistrates in cities were formerly known. St. Armand, Hist. Eq. 88.

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Miguel Leonidas Scarpetta e Saturnino Vergara, a proposito da Exposicao Nacional de 20 de julho de 1871, comentaram a importancia das pinturas de proceres como testemunhas e memoria de um passado fundacional:
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Non possum non discrutiari Romanae urbis desyderio, quoties animo recursat quam libertatem, quod theatrum, quam lucem, quas deambulationes, quas bibliothecas, quam mellitas eruditissimorum hominum confabulationes, quot mei studiosos orbis proceres relicta Roma reliquerim
The term proceres in the laws referring to the J ews in the Codex Justinianus is found only here.
Segundo ele, Irineu fora colega de turma de seu pai--Afranio de Melo Franco--na tradicional Faculdade de Direito de Sao Paulo, em meados dos anos de 1880, tendo sido contemporaneo de alguns dos futuros proceres do novo regime, como Venceslau Bras, Delfim Moreira e Washington Luis.
In his undertaking, Henry enjoys vociferous, unequivocal support from all levels of the English polity, "egregios proceres equitesque ducesque / Et cives aliosque viros" (lordly notables, knights, captains, burghers, and other men; 176-77, fol.
The Oficina Nacional de la Propiedad Industrial (National Office for Industrial Property) is located at Avenida Los Proceres 11, near INTEC University.
Ad Inclytos ac Praepotentes Angliae proceres Supplicatio.
Sic cultus Redeat prior his, Hortis viror insit / Perpetuus, sint carl Hadriano Proceres.
Contractor address : 49, AVENUE SOUTH BLVD LOR PROCERES, SMART BUILDING CENTER, COLOGNE MONTSERRAT.