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Si defensor vinculi confessione partium utraque pars possunt iudici matrimonium exhibere articulos, accusaverit, aut super quibus pars conventa pars interrogetur.
per evangelicam et apostolicam doctrinam venire praeordinavit; quibus hanc curam et perpetuam debet exhibere sollicitudinem, ut, sicut ad conservandam catholicae fideli veritatem, ita quoque ad cognoscendam et tenendam justitiam documenta et salutifera administret monita>>.
12r) (13), y la alusion a la ecclesie burgensi en el interrogatorio que el obispo debia hacer al abad dentro del ordo De confirmatione vel consecratione et benedictione regularis abbatis: Vis huic sancta matri ecclesie burgensi michique eiusdem episcopo meisque successoribus fidem subiectionem obedienciam et reverenciam devote ac fideliter perpetuo exhibere? (f.
Is not this perhaps the meaning of the admonition contained in the rite we are celebrating: 'Te intrepidum exhibere debeas' ('You should show yourself fearless')?" That is the mission of a cardinal.
(40) Pero lo que mas se recalca en la cronica de Santiago no es ese hecho de ocupacion de espacio territorial sino que: <<Illa enim fastu superbie elata terminos iustitie egrediebatur et nullum seruitium de regno, quod ab illo tenere debebat, exhibere dignabatur (...)>>.
The source of the phrase by Leibniz in the excerpt from October 5, 1973, comes from the conclusion of a quotation sent to Ponge with a note from his friend, writer and critic Philippe Sollers, in November 1969: "Itaque plurium Mentium creatione Deus efficere voluit, de universo, quod pictor aliquis de magna urbe, qui varias ejus species sive projectiones delineatas exhibere vellet, pictor in tabula, ut Deux in mente.
Nec Tylensium industria obliteranda; qui [...] cunctarum quippe nationum res gestas cognosse memoriaeque mandare voluptatis loco reputant, non minoris gloriae iudicantes alienas virtutes disserere, quam proprias exhibere. Quorum thesauros historicarum rerum pignoribus refertos curiosius consulens, haud parvam praesentis operis partem ex eorum relationis imitatione contexui, nec arbitros habere contempsi, quos tanta vetustatis peritia callere cognovi.
Seneca comments at the opening of Letter 31: Agnosco Lucilium meum; incipit, quem promiserat, exhibere, `Now I recognise my Lucilius!
The verb 'exhibere' 'embraces both the figurative representation and the actual offering of Christ's body', reflecting his steady movement away from Zurich.
The metaphor begun by 'operarius' is aborted in the neutrality of 'tractare': 'Sollicite curate ipsum probabilem exhibere Deo, operarium inconfusibilem, recte tractantem verbum veritatis.'
Iuxta ipsam Rotae Romanae iurispradentiam substantiale defensionis ius parti denegatur quoties illa <<nec actioni a parte adversa in iudicium adductae contradicere valet propter agendi radonem ipsius Tribunalis, nec probationes tempore instrucdonis collectas impugnare, nec propriam declaradonem iudicialem facere, nec argumenta exhibere quoad facmm circa quod iudicium versatur>> (sentenda interlocutoria diei 20 ianuarii 1983, coram Stankiewicz, n.