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Ex hoc apostolica sedes et ubique terrarum catholici doctores, ut scripta testantur antiqua, praedicare solent, quia tam sacerdotes quam in clericali ordine ministri quilibet tempore depositionis vel excommu nicationis suae gratiam semel acceptam quidem retinent, sed officio carent>>.
Dominic: 'Laudare (to praise), Benedicere (to bless), Praedicare (to preach).'
Their most common mottos reflect this desire: Laudare, Benedicere, Praedicare (to praise, to bless, to preach) and Contemplare et Contemplata Aliis Tradere (to contemplate and pass on the fruits of contemplation).
Y se conocen con el nombre de portentos, ostentos, monstruos y prodigios, porque anuncian (portendere), manifiestan (ostendere), muestra (monstrare) y predicen (praedicare) algo futuro.
(14) "Notandum vero quod prothema quandoque sumitur a persona praedicantis, ut quando aliquis ignotus praedicator de ordine Fratrum Praedicatorum, vel Minorum, vult praedicare in aliqua parochia, in qua est ignotus ipse et status ordinis sui, exponit in principio statum suum et ordinis sui, ne forte credatur esse quaestuarius praedicator, dicens illud Pauli, 2 Cor.
25 September 2014 - US diagnostic technology specialist Eutropics Inc said Wednesday it had signed a USD 1.5 million (EUR 1.17m) contract with the National Cancer Institute through the Small Business Initiative Research (NCI-SBIR) programme for the development of its Praedicare Dx platform for personalised medicine approaches in acute myeloid leukemia (AML) patient management.
praedicare (Lk 9.2); bodia l to bodianne (Li); to bodiganne (Ru2); to bodianne (WSCp); bodigende (WSA).
Esta memoria suya que nos conserva, porque no se ha olvidado de nosotros, debe hacerse publica, debemos dar testimonio de ella), es decir, hace sujeto implicito de enarrare del praedicare y enarrare al hombre: si Dios no se olvido del hombre, el hombre debe dar testimonio de esa memoria.
* Middle English, class, category from Old French, from Late Latin praedicamentum (translation of Greek kategori, from kategoreuein, to speak against, signify, predicate), from Latin praedicare, to proclaim publicly, predicate.
Quapropter sacerdotes per ecclesias sibi commissas populo omni instantia praedicare debent, ut noverint, haec omnimodis falsa esse, et non a divino sed a maligno spiritu talia phantasmata mentibus infidelium irrogari" (my emphasis).
Segundo o modelo de regere, iuvare e docere, os verbos praeesse, subvenire e praedicare tambem receberam frequentemente um objeto direto.