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Sin embargo, no existian unas lineas politicas de actuacion que permitieran una represion penal especifica, tan solo se imponian multas ante este tipo de actuaciones que implican un acaparamiento o un concilium inire en el ambito mercantil, como veremos mas adelante (26).
Appian's representation--as well as his mild confusion between, on the one hand, creatio/renuntiatio and, on the other, inire magistratum--is echoed in Orosius 5.22.1, where we can read that Sulla finally became a private citizen <<after the election of Servilius Isauricus and Claudius Pulcher>>: Creatis itaque P.
Secreti calles, montes, praeruptaque saxa, Antrum frondosum, rivule iugis aquae, Tuque recordanti nimium mihi cognita vallis, Quosque puer fueram doctus inire sinus!
Rene de Ceriziers Nicolas Reorder Carmina qui quondam MOY dont les MOY qui fis studio florente premiers Vers n'ont autresfois des Vers peregi, Flebilis, parle que de ioye, si pleins de charmes heu, maestos cogor inire modos....
/ quis Veneris famulae conubia liber inire / tergaque conplecti verber secta velit.
Scilicet: qni totalem simulationem perficit, <<dum exteme manifestat se matrimonium inire velle>>, <<interne non vult matrimonium qua tale, sed speciem aliquam iuridicam uti medium ad aliquem finem consequendum: "appunta la sua volonta a non voler divenire marito (vel: moglie) [...] nel senso che [...] si ha vera e propria difformita tra la volonta manifestata e quella reale" (A.
Em Roma os devedores que se socorreram na medida e buscaram a negociacao o fizeram para evitar um nexum inire ou para obterem uma nexum liberatio.
hinc tibi, quae semper, vicino ab limite saepes Hyblaeis apibus florem depasta salicti saepe levi somnum suadebit inire susurro; hinc alta sub rupe cantt frondator ad auras [...] Here, as always, your neighbour's bordering hedge, that feasts with willow-flower the Hybla bees, shall often lull you to sleep with gentle murmur, here beneath some tall rock the leaf-dresser will sing to the wind.
A rubric notes that he speaks contemptuously of Christ ("despectiue loquens de Christo" [87]): Contra ilium regulum, contra nature paruulum iube, pater, filium hoc inire prelium.
891: "An Cophitis proprio Ritu in aetate puerili ad Diaconatus Ordinem promotis, ubi legitima ad contrahendum Matrimonium aetas advenerit, liceat nedum primum, sed alterum quoque inire Matrimonium, ex vi dispensationis obtentae a PP.