Terminum

TERMINUM. In the civil law, says Spelman, this word signifies a day set to the defendant, and, in that sense, Bracton, Glanville and some others sometimes use it. Reliquiae Spelmanianae, p. 71; Beames' Gl. 27 n.

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28) Expresion utilizada por los himnos del oficio Aurora iam spargit polum y Te lucis ante terminum.
Incidentally, Belloc says that they were going to Vespers, but the hymn he quotes, Te Lucis Ante Terminum, is, in fact, from the night office of Compline.
Hoc anno multi viderunt [sanguinem pluere in] terminum Cervariae", para Cingolani los corchetes rectangulares [ ] contienen texto que el considera que puede atribuirse al autor, aunque falte en la tradicion manuscrita o, en este caso, la edicion de Villanueva, o bien incluyen correcciones suyas frente a las lecturas de la tradicion, manuscrita o impresa, pero, por una deficiente formacion como filologo y como editor, no advierte sobre el texto corregido, que resulta, asi, desconocido para el lector).
27) Quando praeparabat caelos aderam, quando certa lege et gyro vallabat abyssos, (28) quando aethera firmabat sursum et librabat fontes aquarum, (29) quando circumdabat mari terminum suum et legem ponebat aquis ne transirent fines suos, quando adpendebat fundamentae terrae.
75) Como podemos comprobar, el recurso al recorrido de los caminos para resolver litigios no era excepcional: <<ambulaverunt per pedem terminum antiquum secundam regulam>>.
5: "Verius ergo dicitur: sicut illuminatio habet suum proprium terminum intrinsecum, ad quem ipsa terminatur, hic autem est principium omnis ulterioris actionis, si quae est, quae ad rem illuminatam consequatur, ita actiones immanentes, ut actiones sunt, habere suos intrinsecos terminos, qui sunt qualitates, et has esse principia proxima ulterioris actionis, quando contingit subsequi.
He has in fact chosen well: the Te lucis ante terminum contains a formula for sending away ghosts of the night: "procul recedant somnia/et noctium phantasmata.
Wahrscheinlich aus realwirtschaftlichen Grunden schliesst das Schiedsgericht eine Regulierung der Preise auf dem Markt aus: es soll nicht erlaubt sein, terminum precii in vendendo et emendo limitare.
To guard against the carnal pollution of wet dreams brought about by demonic manipulation of blood and spirit, monks are accustomed to protect themselves with prayer, like the famous prayer of St Gregory, Te lucis ante terminum.
6) We know that he was unmarried in 1399 because the annuity he received from Henry IV in that year was granted for life or until Henry should promote him to an ecclesiastical benefice with income of 20 [pounds sterling] per year ("ad terminum vite ipsius Thome, vel quousque ipse ad beneficium ecclesiasticum sine cura valoris viginti librarum per annum per nos fuerit promotus").
13) "Est autem civitas secundum Aristotelem 1 Politice capitulo 1: perfecta comunitas, omnem habens terminum per se sufficience, ut consequens est discere, facta quidem igitur vivendi gracia, existens autem gracia bene vivendi [.
74): Si non esset materia, manens eadem sub uroque contrariorum, nulla generatio passiva esset naturalis, quia si non esset materia, tunc nullus appetitus praecessit ad terminum generatum nec esset ibi aliquid quod naturaliter inclinaretur ad terminum generatum, nam forma corrumpenda non appetit, quia tunc appeteret sui ipsius corruptionem.