aedificatio

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77-90, Aedificatio Publishers, Zurich, Switzerland, September 1998.
apage, non placet profecto mihi illaec aedificatio; 210 nam os columnatum poetae esse indaudivi barbaro, qoi bini custodes semper totis horis occubant.
liuti litas o aedificatio Ecclesiae costituisce d'altronde l'evidente ratio o giustificazione dell'istituzionalizzazione del primato.
Dignitas demanded, and was enhanced by, ample aedificatio [building].").
(14) "Ius gentium est sedium occupatio, aedificatio, munitio, bella, captivitates, servitutes, postliminia, foedera, pacis, indutiae, legatorum non violandorum religio, conubia inter alienigenas prohibita.
Ergo iam non estisextranei et advenae, sed estis concives sanctorum et domestici Dei, superaedificati super fundamentum apostolorum et prophetarum, ipso summo angulari lapide Cristo Iesu, in quo omnis aedificatio compacta crescit in templum sanctum in Domino, in quo et vos coaedificamini in habitaculum Dei in Spiritu.
(1998), "Uniaxial Tensile Test of Unnotched Specimens under Correcting Flexure," Fracture Mechanics of Concrete Structures, Aedificatio Publishers, Freiburg, Vol.
and Tsubaki, T., Microfractural Pullout Model of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete", Proceedings Framcos-3, AEDIFICATIO Publishers, Freiburg, Germany, 1988,-.
(26) Christoph Burger, Aedificatio, Fructus, Utilitas: Johannes Gerson als Professor der Theologie und Kanzler der Universitat Paris, Beitrage zur Historischen Theologie 70 (Tubingen: Mohr Siebeck, 1986): 178-183; also Van Engen, "Illicit Religion."
Moretti also offers a survey of the Latin language and style in which the PA is written: as one would expect, the PA contains morphological patterns in word-formation associated with Christian authors (for example, refrigerium and aedificatio), and it displays numerous features of late and vulgar Latin, for instance, diminutives, pleonasms, a preference for analytical over synthetic forms (for example, prepositional constructions instead of constructions involving cases without prepositions), several quod/quia/quoniam + subjunctive constructions instead of constructions requiring only an infinitive, the use of the indicative mood in indirect questions, the employment of the so-called nominativus pendens, and so on.
En primer lugar, las mismas tienen una funcion de instruccion (aedificatio) para los analfabetos (In ipsa legunt qui litteras nesciunt).