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5: namque e principiis, quae Graeci [phrase omitted] appellant, ut omnia corpora sunt composita, id est e calore et umore, terreno et aere, et ita mixtionibus naturali temperatura figurantur omnium animalium in mundo generatim qualitates (For as all bodies are composed from first elements, which the Greeks call stoicheia, this is from heat, moisture, earth, and air, and thus from these mixtures, because of their natural temperament, the qualities of all animals in the world are figured according to their kind).
Generatim, intra genus actuum regulatorum illi recenseri possunt per quos fit applicatio normarum iuridicarum ad casus concretos, mediante activitate administrativa vel iudiciali.
SC, 34: "Ritus nobili simplicitatefulgeant, sint brevitate perspicui et repetitiones inutiles evitent, sintfidelium captui accommodati, neque generatim multis indigeant explanationibus.
Facta et probationes, quibus illae nitantur, ne generatim quidem indicantur.
4) But Venus is, above all, voluptas (the Epicurean [LANGUAGE NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]and as the following vibrant picture of the natural world reveals, she is the seductive power of the desire to procreate: efficis at cupide generatim saecla propagent (1.
6 In eligendis Episcopis summopere ratio habenda est non solum ipsorum scientiae et prudentiae generatim, sed etiam cognitionis, ad theoriam et praxim quod attinet, materiae de qua Synodus pertractabit.