nuptiae

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See also his poetic translation of the Roman liturgy, Nuptiae Agni (Nuremberg: Glock & Lutz, 1948).
Although the nineteenth century civil code determined the parent-child relationship through the presumption pater est quem nuptiae demonstrant, the Louisiana Supreme Court, and later the legislature, created the biologically impossible concept of dual paternity.
En el rito matrimonial romano la costumbre de cortarse el cabello y ofrecerlo a la divinidad constituia un elemento fundamental para la denominacion romana de nuptiae.
1 ad 3: "sicut ea quae semel fiunt, ut nuptiae vel aliquid aliud huiusmodi; vel etiam ea quae permanentia sunt, sicut ad magnificum pertinet praeparare convenientem habitationem, ut dicitur in Ethic.
86A-B: "nam, ut dictum est, ad magnificentiam pertinet aliquid facere magnum; quod autem pertinet ad personam singularis hominis, non est quid magnum, habito respectu ad res divinas vel communes, quibus debet magnificus intendere, quia talia sunt proportionata magnitudini sumtuum, qui cadunt in usu virtutis, et ideo magnificus non intendit principaliter facere sumtus in his, quae pertinent ad ejus personam, nisi talia essent, quae de se habent aliquam magnitudinem, et requiruntur solemniter agi, sicut sunt ea, quae semel vel raro fiunt, ut nuptiae, militiae et hujusmodi; vel etiam quae sunt diu permanentia, ut conveniens habitatio domus: talia enim magnifice prosequitur magnificus.
Anthropologists are introduced to the fundamentals of kinship through the Latin tag pater est quem nuptiae demonstrant: the legal father (who is not necessarily the genitor) is the person indicated by the marriage ceremonies; the social takes precedence over the biological.
Pontano, 112-13, "lure igitur nuptiae eta principibus et a privatis hominibus tam antiquis quam nostris temporibus magno in honore sunt habitae, iure in illis celebrandis singularis quidam splendor et magnificentia adhibenda.
He wrote, "The Nuptiae Chymicae survives in contrast [to his writings that did not], with its fecund brood of monstrosities: a ludibrium that you may wonder was valued by some and explicated with such subtle ingenuity, and certainly this shows the inanity of the curious.