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Archaeologists and art-rich nations continue to struggle with looting and the illicit market, while universal museums worry about licitly expanding their collections to ensure a complete view of the world's history.
example, an individual or the state may licitly take the life of another
s analysis of ectopic pregnancies to be provocative, since he departs from the reigning Catholic orthodoxy by claiming that an embryo may licitly be "moved" from the fallopian tube, as long as nothing is done intentionally to kill it (crushing, poisoning, lacerating, etc.
Pressing her saintly visitors on this point, Elisabeth nevertheless received assurance that although many men had indeed accompanied the women, they had done so licitly, primarily as members of the women's families.
It will be worthwhile to examine below the current situation in the three churches that find that they can validly and licitly ordain women to the diaconate: the Armenian Apostolic Church, the Orthodox Church of Greece, and the Old Catholic Church of the Czech Republic.
But this power of correction was confined within reasonable bounds; and the husband was prohibited to use any violence towards his wife, aliter quam ad virum, ex causa regiminis et castigationis uxoris suae, liciter et rationabilier pertinet [other than licitly and reasonably pertains to a husband for ruling and chastising his wife].
determining whether state action licitly or illicitly differentiates
But, according to Canon 868 [section] 1 of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, "For an infant to be baptized licitly [.
He maintains that, whether licitly or illicitly, art will flow, as there is demand.
when it is not possible to overturn or completely abrogate a pro-abortion law, an elected official, whose personal opposition to procured abortion was well known, could licitly support proposals aimed at limiting the harm done by such a law .
That is, Desdemona's erotic passions contained safely and licitly within the structures of marriage (she can't even imagine what leads women to infidelity in her conversation with Emilia) is loosed out of these confines in Iago's malicious rewriting of her "will" to make it say something that it doesn't.