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Tender notice number : WBKP/CP/NIT-156/Civil work Scientific Interrogatio ID:2017_KP_137167_1
Antoninus, bishop of Florence from 1446-59, was writing a Specchio di coscienza, a manual on morals for the laity; a Medicina dell'anima instructing confessors on the commandments; an Interrogatio sopra la confessione as a wider guide to confessors; Conclusiones et decisiones and then Decisiones breves to deal with particularly difficult cases; and at last a Summa moralis.
Instead however of straightforward interrogatio the present case evinces the choicer variety qualified by rhetoricians as pusma: the former merely requires a "yes" or a "no", whereas pusma "speziellere Antworten erheischt" (15).
Pero santa Teresa, al reves que san Agustin, no abusa, en estos y otros momentos, de marcadores como la exclamatio y la interrogatio, que la Retorica a Herenio, entre otras, consideraba peligrosas si no se utilizaban esporadicamente y cuando la ocasion lo requeria (69).
Aunque con la misma perspectiva futura, las dos estrofas que siguen cambian el modo y se construyen en subjuntivo, en consonancia con las hipotesis que se van a formular: la primera, que retoma la interrogatio retorica del principio para persuadir a la mujer, pretende que se prepare adecuadamente para la llegada ineludible del desengano de la vejez; la segunda situa a la mujer a las puertas de la muerte, en el final de su vida, para ponderar la constancia del fiel Fabio si por fin le reclamase.
Later he includes an interrogatio or rhetorical question ("Were they not prepared against such an evil day as this?
Se trata de una fusion de los signos de interrogacion y de exclamacion, y su nombre proviene de interrogatio, una voz en latin que significa <<buscar dentro de las raices de algo>>, y de bang, una expresion en ingles, utilizada para demostrar asombro.
Por ejemplo: Lis pasa a causa; patronus a advocatus (o procurator); cancellarius a moderator cancellariae; frecuentemente iudex a collegium (o tribunal); y tambien a praesidens o ponens; litis contestare a formula dubii statuere; interrogatio testium a interrogatio testium et partium; partes audire (o notificare o convocare) a partes et defensor vinculi audire; accusatio a impugnatio; adversa pars a altera pars.
And along these lines, Brown fairly portrays the ill-fated Peter Abelard not as the destroyer his enemies imagined, but the proponent of an assidua interrogatio, stimulated by dialectic and guided by the Holy Spirit.
Podemos senalar, ademas, como las figuras exclamatio e interrogatio aparecen claramente en el texto para cargarlo de afectividad, en la descripcion de los arrebatos casi misticos del protagonista Fernando Ossorio.
28) Two versions of the Aachen assembly of January 860 are present in Hincmar's text; see the booklet of eight chapters in De divortio Lotharii regis, Interrogatio 1 (ed.
The more suspicious reader of political tactics might even suspect that the White House had deliberately spread speculation about the contents of the Zippergate Tape, in order that the reality of seeing their President subjected to demanding interrogatio n about such intimate matters might be that much less shocking.