renovatio

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Discursive Renovatio in Lope de Vega and Calder n: Studies on Spanish Baroque Drama
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 22, 2017-Puerto Rican Fintech Incubator Renovatio PR Forms Joint Venture with Australia's Vector Risk
The Seventh Delegated Legislation Committee voted 10-2 in favor of increasing the grant's percentage, which is based on how much annual profit the crown estate generates, from AaAaAeAe[pounds sterling] 43 million ($53 millio to AaAaAeAe[pounds sterling] 76 million ($93 million) in order to help fund much-needed renovatio at Buckingham Palace.
Clutch quotes Osman Seyrek, CEO at Renovatio Cloud Solutions, which offers cloud application development and loT services, as saying, "[Web hosting] has a very large selection of technical offerings .
In formulating the legacy of Carolingian activity (271-77), some reference to Ottonian missions and the renovatio imperii romanorum might have been expected.
3) Petrarch's obsession with the notion of a renovatio or translatio imperii is a recurring theme in his correspondence with the Imperial Court in Prague.
A RENOVATIO A N project to convert a former badge factory in the Jewellery Quarter into offices and apartments has been shortlisted for a regional award.
En efecto, aunque el pacto posterior tenga unos efectos extintivos, su funcion no es la eliminacion o sustitucion de los elementos estructurales del contrato, sino buscar restablecer los efectos iniciales que el contrato tenia antes de la intervencion del primer pacto modificatorio, de manera que permita una renovatio del contrato.
Por consiguiente, el Silense enmarca el ideal neogoticista de los siglos X y XI en unas coordenadas reconquistadoras completamente nuevas: las de una renovatio studii gothorum (complemento de la recuperacion ovetense del ordo gothorum que se convertiria asi en una translatio studii similar a la propugnada por los autores carolingios para Aquisgran).
Equidem te, amice, moneo, caveas ne forte curiositas, quaedam sit isthaec renovatio antiquorum potius quam religio" (70).