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decern

in Scots practice, to decree.
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Quaestio autem in decern partes generales diuiditur, secundum quod in Arte generali dicitur.
Ut Congregatio pro Doctrina Fidei die 29 augusti 2001 decreto Tumi diei 23 martdi 2001 respondit, in casu applicandum est Rescriptum ex Audientia Sanctissimi diei 25 aprilis 1994, quod die 30 novembris ad decern annos est prorogatum.
DECEMBER from Latin 'decern', ten, originally the tenth and last month of the Roman calendar
.]| Doctor Balthasar: 'Solis dies in decern praeceptis est, etiam in moralibus, qui non potuit, ut alia cerimonialia et iudicialia aboleri.' Doctor Fabri: 'De sabbato, mi doctor, in decalogo est, quod nos non tenemus [..
The Decern libros historiarum (AD 594) by Bishop Gregory of Tours is, for instance, a record of miracles, persecutions, lives of saints, and heresies befallen to the Merovingian Kingdom used in pastoral activity and compiled to prevent them from falling into oblivion.
Exhortas est Mahomat haeresiarches tempore Heraclii imperatoris, anno imperii eius septimo (...) Obtinuitque praedictus Mahomat, nephandus propheta principatum annis decern, quibus expletis mortuus est, et sepultus in infero.
Conti, N., Mytologiae sive explicationum fabularum libri decern, (Venecia, 1581), ed.
(15) Italia Illustrata (1474); Romae Instauratae Libri Tres (1482); Romae Triumphantis Libri Decern (1482) e Historiarum ab Inclinatione Romanorum Imperii, Decades III Libri XXXI (1483).
"You should be able to decern certain categories from that number," according to Smith, "Then the coder takes these categories and groups the responses accordingly"
(8.) "Ad ista decern et octo principia generalia est applicabile quidquid est; et extra ipsa nihil est".
656 contains a sequence of three unpublished prose texts: an "Exposition on the Creed," a Decalogue tract entitled Decern mandata, and a catalogue of sentences from the books of wisdom entitled Proverbia Salomonis.
418 proponi potest ad modum exceptionis in perpetuum, ad modum vero actionis coram iudice qui sententiam tulit intra decern annos a die publicationis sententiae.