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47) "Organic development" is not an accurate translation of the Latin wording: "Innovationes, demum, ne fiant nisi vera et certa utilitas Ecclesiae id exigat, et adhibita cautela ut novae formae ex formis iam exstantibus organice quodammodo crescant.
4:42: "Secundo, quia esse est actualitas omnis formae vel naturae; non enim bonitas vel humanitas significatur in actu, nisi prout significamus earn esse.
22-23), the latter of whom adds the dyads of shape and life, reality and form, and contingency and necessity (among others) to the Scholastic splendor formae (Schiller 76-78).
Tomato plants are affected by several diseases, including the two formae speciales of Fusarium oxysporum : Fusarium oxysporum f.
He falls in love with his own reflection: visae correptus imagine formae | spem sine corpore amat.
Ordines, familiae, tribi, genera, sectiones, species, varietates, formae et combinationes novae a Prof.
Et cum dicto prospicio quandam feminam luculentam radium dextera, altera sphaeram solidam gestitantem amictamque laevorsum peplo, in quo siderum magnitudines et meatus, circulorum mensurae conexionesque vel formae, umbra etiam telluris in caelum quoque perveniens vel lunae orbes ac soils auratos caliganti murice decolorans inter sidera videbatur.
Among the topics are in silico tools to study phytofungi, molecular markers for characterizing Fusarioum oxysporum formae speciales, exploring Ascochyta rabeie on chickpea as a model to study pathogenicity factors of Aschochyta blight of cool season grain legumes, and the molecular identification and characterization of indoor wood decay fungi and different human pathogenic Candida species.
neque ut dominantes in cleris sed formae facti gregi et ex animo
These collections were the dictamina, model letters adhering to dictaminal (a word not in dictionaries but used in studies on letter-writing) doctrines or the later formae epistolarum, models following non-dictaminal precepts found in the artes epistolandi of the Renaissance.
Hubbardton Forge uses the parabolic shape to define its Formae series, including table lamps with either a fabric shade or pillar "candle" of glass.