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Qua

[Latin, Considered as; in the character or capacity of.] For example, "the trustee qua trustee [that is, in his or her role as trustee] is not liable."

qua

‘as’.
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4, 28) ad viciniam Rheni a qua nunc et optimus princeps et magistratus potissimus abest as a reference to the praetorian prefect and his establishment.
4) As an effect of these attributes quoad nos the attributes quoad Deum become immediately tangible for human beings; they even become their own human qualities which they possess qua creature.
18) The reprehension of vice was a classical characteristic of satire that persisted into the Middle Ages; indeed, it was considered the sine qua non of satiric literature.
73: 'ad fenestras confessionum nulla fiat locutio nisi cum confessoribus, immo cum clavibus firmentur quas custodiat priorissa'.
El examen sistematico de los boletines de todos los arzobispados espanoles, a los que une el del obispado de Madrid, le ha permitido al autor ofrecer una amplia panoramica de lo que fue la recepcion espanola de las enciclicas Ubi arcano y Quas primas, que se refleja tanto en el texto, como en unos cuidados cuadros esquematicos.
Multum ubique librorum, multum statuarum, multum imaginum, quas non habebat modo, uerum etiam uenerabatur, Vergili ante omnes, cuius natalem religiosius quam suum celebrabat, Neapoli maxime, ubi monimentum eius adire ut templum solebat;
Iam tibi permultis mittunt, rex, munera rebus Magna viri, sortis munera quisque suae: Hic gemmas, alter conchas, et serica donant Balsama; Phidiaca signa dolata manu, Sunt qui quas Zeuxis, tabulas quas pinxit Apelles.
290b) and "Cumque partes quas ipsa voluerit curcumferint, protinus aut in salutatorium, aut ad portam redeant; ubi deinceps, si abbatissae visum fuerit, illa, si voluerit, praesente vel reliquis, eulogias accipiant, aut reliquum quod offere decreverint" (ibid.
285 At vos, iniusti, iustis succedite flammis et poenis semper mentem torrete malignam, quas pater horrendis barathri per stagna profundis Daemonis horrendi sociis ipsique paravit.
Sono della "macule veniali", e con Orazio mi piace ripetere: "Ubi plura nitent non ego paucis offendar maculis, quas aut incuria fudit aut humana parum cavit natura" (Ars poetica, 352 sgg.
In 1555, when he was sixty-six or seven, Achille Bocchi published Symbolicarum quaestionum de uniuerso genere quas serio ludebat libri quinque from the press he had set up in the Academia Bocchiana.
4 William of Malmesbury, II, 451: 'Denique ad supplementum rerum quas amiserat, simul et ad legitimum connubium, non multo post comitissa Siciliae Jerosolimam venit'.