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Lanero, "Mercaderes ingleses de la epoca Tudor: Los libros de cuentas de Sir Thomas Gresham y John Smythe", Nuevos estudios sobre la historia de la contabilidad: orare et rationem reddere, Esteban Hernandez Esteve y Begona Prieto Moreno, coords.
26) Et dimissa turba ascendit in montem solus orare (Mt 14.
85: "'Nam quando sum in ecclesia et elevatur corpus Christi, non possum orare ipsum nec possum ipsum respicere, set quando puto respicere ipsum, supervenit quoddam anbegament ante occulos.
Desses verbos, orare foi logo suplantado pelos outros na lingua corrente e so continuou sendo empregado em algumas formulas fixas que tinham quase sempre um sabor arcaico e solene.
The world "oracle" comes from the Latin orare, to speak.
Ne haec quidem quae videri etiam a sacerdote possunt et episcopo reste laudari, he haec quidem quotidiana servamus: flere in conspectu ecclesiae, perditam vitam sordida veste lugere, ieiunare, orare, provolvi.
orare corum debilitant et dessicant "Vease LEMAY, R.
Are we really si tale quicunque orare non debuit, supposed to think that Herennius multo minus exorare debuerat.
Not as missionaries to convert, not as profit-seeking traders to exploit the native, but as honest workmen did they come with hammer and saw in hand, prepared to earn their daily bread by the sweat of the brow, to teach the dusky savage the dignity of labour, the usefulness of honest work, that laborare est orare.
The motto of Christian monasticism, Laborare et Orare--to work and to pray--has always invited such variations as Orare est Laborare--to pray is to work or Laborare est Orare--to work is to pray.