domicilium

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Inland, rain had fallen in the river catclunents of the long-suffering Swartkops River; domicilium citandi et executandi to Prawn Pmnpers, Varlets many and various.
The difference between volume i and volume 2 of Sedgwick's novel can be characterized as a shift from the vacuum domicilium of the frontier to the "petty domiciliary tyranny" of the urban (131, 315).
John Cotton demandaba la libre ocupacion de estas tierras por los ingleses con base en el principio de Vacuum Domicilium cedit occupanti.
The inescapable conclusion derived from this unambiguous civil law delineation, therefore, is that when the petitioner married the former president in 1954, she kept her domicile of origin and merely gained a new home, not a domicilium necessarium.
Latin domicilium, "probably from earlier domo-colyom," meaning
I am in love with Celerie Kemble's Black and White (and a Bit in Between) and Kelly Wearstler's Domicilium Decorous and Modern Glamour: The Art of Unexpected Style.
Gonzalez (2011); sobre el concepto de origo y los necesarios matices en relacion con el termino domicilium cf.
His first book, Domicilium Elegans ("Elegant Household"), received good media coverage in Lithuania last year.
CELLURALE, Domicilium nel sistema giuridico romano (la codificazione di Giustiniano), Torino 2005, pp.
Una donacion a San Juan de la Pena de 1069 lo expresa con claridad: Hec est scedula quam facio ego Sancius, gratia Dei rex, preuidens extremitatem dierum meorum expauescensque geenam desideransque celica regna, posui ad Sanctum Ihoannem, ubi est spes ac fiducia mea, unum domicilium qui dicitur Sanctum Fructruosum de Senes (197).
Quibus, quoniam neque ecclesia erat, neque certum habebant domicilium, rex in palatio quod secus templum Domini ad australem habet partem, eis ad tempus concessit habitaculum.
1, 6, 2, con delle espressioni che costituiscono come significativamente afferma Mazzoli (18) <<l 'ultima e anche la piu epigrafica delle grandi laudes Romae tardo-antiche: domicilium legum, gymnasium litterarrum, curiam dignitatum, uerticem mundi, patriam libertatis, in qua unica totius orbis ciuitate soli barbari et serrui peregrinantur>>.