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11] diximus, praedictis revelationibus, etsi approbatis, non debere, nec posse a nobis adhiberi assensum Fidei catholicae, sed tantum fidei humanae, iuxta regulas prudentiae, iuxta quas praedictae revelationes sunt probabiles, et pie credibiles" (1.
1 (2014): 28-29; and Roslyn Hees, Marie-Luise Ahlendorf, and Stephanie Debere, Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations: Handbook of Good Practices (Berlin: Transparency International, 2010).
It described these new techniques and Introduced the terms debit and credit (anglicized versions of the Latin words debere and credere that respectively mean "to owe" and "to entrust").
loquendo exsequi debere, sed non minus patiendo et orando.
Capitulum 23 addresses the literal understanding of the Bible in particular: De eo quod dicunt omnem scripture historialiter debere intellegi, "Concerning that they say that the whole written work [perhaps the Bible] must be understood historically.
The thought that religion should be free from the arts and sciences is completely foreign to Calvin--non debere distrahi a religione scientiam (Knudsen, 1982).
When we compare this sketch to the documents assembled by Claudio Scarpati for his article in the journal Aevum of 1983, we can confirm, more decisively than Scarpati himself was able to, the influence on Castiglione of Erasmus' Latin versions of Plutarch's Moralia, especially of the treatise translated in 1514 under the title "Curo principibus maxime philosophum debere disputare" (now edited in Erasmus, Opera Omnia ASD IV-2:225-231).
117: "omne experimentum fieri"; "omne impensum amitti debere.
Debitum, which evolved into our 'debt' was from two words de 'from and habere 'to have' which combined into debere 'to have fromsomeone' and if we have money from someone, we are said to be 'in their debt.
They carry it to the altar and in front of the three cardinals chosen as scrutineers say: "Testor Christum Dominum, qui me iudicaturus est, me eum eligere, quem secundum Deum iudico eligi debere.
5: Haec singula Psyche curiose diuidit et discretim remota rite componit, rata scilicet nullius dei fana <et> caerimonias neglegere se debere, .