divinus

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7th century) has a multi-layered context: "in former aeons humans were able to see the Gods directly, but in the present Kali age men have lost that faculty; therefore they have to worship them (the Gods) in an image." An incarnate Indian deity receives worship; the lineaments laid down in the treatises serve as the starting points for the image-makers who, empowered with the divinus afflatus, shape images of ultimate spiritual significance.
The earliest description of elbow fracture was found by Wilkins2 in a book "Senex Divinus" written by Hippocrates in the 3rd century.
In 3rd and 4th century B.C., HIPPOCRATES mentioned in his work of fracture and dislocations "SENEX DIVINUS" about treating supracondylar fracture of humerus in position assumed during the rise of javelin or a bow.
In fact, Darrin McMahon begins and ends this book with a quotation from Ralph Waldo Emerson's Uses of Great Men that states, "The genius of humanity is the right point of view of history." It becomes the guiding principle for McMahon's history of the idea of genius, from Socrates's divine voice or daimon, to Marsilio Ficino's furor divinus, the Neoplatonic divine fury from which the author has borrowed the title of his study, to the denial of genius by Voltaire ("I have never seen a genius") and its full-fledged revival in romanticism: Hegel's world-historical individual (Napoleon) and Shelley's hierophant "prophet."
There are four chapters: literature as eschatological scene; representation in Heaven: the thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Rhetor Divinus; a particular judgment: the case of DeguilevilleAEs P<AEe>lerinage de lAEa<AEa>me; post-apocalyptic judgment: MachautAEs Jugement dou roy de Navarre; the judgment of Jupiter: FroissartAEs Joli Buisson de Jonece.
Divinus perfectionis Magister, por el Nuncio Apostolico en Indonesia Antonio Guido Filipazzi.
"In recent causes, the petition must be presented no sooner than five years after the death of the Servant of God," declares the "Divinus Perfectionis Magister," the 1983 apostolic constitution that refined the canonization process.
The mastery of these types of collecting is for glorifying those artists who with furor divinus and furor artisticus are able to capture through disegno the beauty of nature in art.
Indeed, a full third of the Old Testament books may be properly considered poetry, rendering the poeta divinus a nearly superfluous or tautological redundancy.
[5] ea infallibilitate pollere, qua divinus Redemptor Ecclesiam suam [6] ...
Quevedo hace hincapie en que humanus dies parece un calco compuesto a partir de divinus dies, es decir el dia del Juicio Final.