hominis

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Surely in counsels concerning religion, that counsel of the apostle would be prefixed, Ira hominis non implet justitiam Dei.
For what saith the text, Vinum l tificat cor hominis; and again, Rex delectabitur pulchritudine tua.
A species of tree having several varieties, of which the familiar "itching palm" ( Palma hominis ) is most widely distributed and sedulously cultivated.
I presume you will call the bug scarabæus caput hominis, or something of that kind - there are many similar titles in the Natural Histories.
Inde?--Homo homini monstrurn-Ast'ra, castra, nomen, numen.--Meya Bibklov, ueya xaxov.--Sapere aude.
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In confession, as a Pope John Paul II said, man has 'a more personal encounter with the crucified forgiving Christ, with Christ saying, through the minister of the sacrament of Reconciliation: 'Your sins are forgiven.'' (Redemptor Hominis, 20).
The company stated that MYCOFAST US is a rapid system to detect, enumerate and identify genital Mycoplasma hominis and Ureaplasma urealyticum.
From the Greek kochlias ("snail with a spiral shell") + myia ("fly") and the Latin hominis ("man") + vorax ("consuming"), Cochliomyia hominivorax, or the New World screwworm fly (formerly Callitroga [Greek kallos, "beautiful," + trogein, "to gnaw"] americana), was first described by French entomologist Charles Coquerel in 1858.
The sunscreens were found to contain multiple types of Lactobacillus brevis and either Micrococcus luteus or Staphylococcus hominis novobiosepticus, according to Health Canada.