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Sed ipse sathanas, cum mentem cuiusque mulieris similis ceperit et hanc per infidelitatem sibi subiugaverit, illico transformat se in diversarum formarum species et similitudines creaturarum, representat fantasie dormientis, qui huiusmodi superstitionem sequitur, et mentem quam captivam tenet, in somnis deludens, modo per leta, modo per tristia, imaginarie solum deducit, non veraciter, et cum hoc sola animapatiatur infidelis, hec non in animo, sed in corpore evenire opinatur (ARLES y ANDOSILLA, De superstitionibus, pp.
Piombatogli in quel punto tra le gambe come la nera folgore d'ogni solletico e d'ogni nero evenire, il topaccio pazzo aveva impaurato a un tratto le belle.
Enquete sur les 219 articles condamnes a Paris le 7 mars 1277 (Publications Universitaires, Louvain, 1977) 160: "quod aliqua possunt casualiter evenire respectu causae primae; et quod falsum est, omnia esse praeordinata a causa prima, quia ttmc evenirent de necessitate".
They are all derived from the adjective eventual, which is derived from the noun event, whose origin is late 16th century and comes from Latin eventus, from the verb evenire 'result, happen', from e.
It is the divine event of the basileia that concerns him: "the coming of the kingdom is an outcoming, from evenire (Lat), the coming-out, the evenement of bursting out of something we did not see coming.
10) Gaspar Torella, Tractus cum consiliis [contra] Pudendagram, seu morbum Gallicum (Rome, 1497) and Dialogus de dolore, cum tractatu de ulceribus in pudendagra evenire solitis (Rome, 1500); Francisco Lopez de Villalobos, Sumario de la Medicina en romance trovado con un tratado sobre las pestiferas Bubas .
Evenement": du latin evenire qui signifie "sortir, avoir un resultat, se produire.