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57Ffloruit sub Recaredo uiro religioso ac principe glorioso, cuius eciam temporibus mirabili obitu mortalis uite terminum clausit die tercio ydus marcii, era sexcentesima quadragesima, adque in eclesia santarum Iuste et Rufine, in qua tota die deseruierat, tumulatur.
Cuando se usa en relacion a las personas, ser justo significa lo mismo que gozar haciendo lo justo (iuste faciendo), buscar la justicia o intentar realizar en todas las cosas aquello que es justo.
iuste emunitates, et rationabiles et rationabiliter possideat consuetudines uobis ...
In that case, I would still prefer the text to read "possit (sic)." The same goes for other instances where De Landtsheer corrects the transmitted reading when it does not conform to strictly Ciceronian grammar, like 91 02 22: (...) non diu Lipsius apud vos erit et amittetis eum, dum tenetis (from amittitis) or 91 10 02 R: Quod memoriam nostri tenes, Iuste, et eam litteris quoque attestaris gratum est (from attesteris).
3 Non facies dissensiones, pacifica litigantes, iudica iuste (23), sciens quod tu iudicaberis.
(3) "Natum de progenie domus ducum Suevie ad quam de privilegio principum et de concessione romane ecclesie pontificum imperum iuste et digne dignoscitur pertinere", de este modo queda recogido en uno de los documentos conservados en el Archivio di Stato di Pisa: 1256 marzo 18 ind.
(16) As noted above Grotius, Rights of War and Peace, 1.1.4.138: "There is another Signification of the word Right different from this, but yet arising from it, which relates directly to the Person: In which sense Right is a moral Quality annexed to the Person, enabling him to have, or do, something justly." Grotius, De Belli ac Pacis, 1.1.4: "Ab hac iuris singificatione diversa est altera, sed, ab hac ipsa veniens, quae ad personam refertur; quo sensu ius est Qualitas moralis personae competens ad aliquid iuste habendum vel agendum."
For he felt the burden, and waight of Gods wrathe for our iniquities." (11) This suffering was essential to redemption, according to Northbrooke, and it had real effects in and on hell: "the efficacie, virtue, and power of his death and passion, did pearce through and into the verie hell it self, by his diuine power and godheade: that all the damned soules, felt their full paine, and iuste damnation for their infidelitie: and Sathan hym self, felt all the power, and strength of his tyrannie, and darknesse, was weakened, vanquished, and fallen." (12) D.
provocasse convincitur falsum dicere testimonium, tantum illi conponat, quem per falsam testificationem conabatur addicere vel damnare, quantum, si iuste eum obtinuisse, poterat de istatu vel de rebus eius adquirere [LI, II, 4, 9].
The only impure graphic rhyme in Sir Degrevant is as follows: 16) '[thorn]ao Duke comes of so gret arey To iuste and to tornay (SD: 865-866)