solitudo

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The Latin adage meeteth with it a little: Magna civitas, magna solitudo; because in a great town friends are scattered; so that there is not that fellowship, for the most part, which is in less neighborhoods.
This first part gets as far as Naupha solitudo, modern Kh.
The brightness of Mercury's broad northern belt is particularly enhanced in an area of clustered rayed craters near the classical albedo feature Solitudo Aphrodites (280[degrees]W, 30[degrees]N), and in an area, once known as "Apollonia," centered on the bright-rayed crater Hokusai (18[degrees]W, 58[degrees]N).
En efecto, dice Escoto: "Ad personalitatem requiritur ultima solitudo, sive negatio dependentiae actualis et aptitudinalis ad personam alterius naturae [...] Non sic autem ultra entitatem illam positivam singularitatis oportet ponere aliquam aliam positivam personalitatis".
Invitation to tender: building infrastructure (traffic areas, oboborinske sewerage, water supply, street lighting, ducts and low voltage) to 1 part of the road and the road 5 within the settlement solitudo (phase i)
O en las inquietantes palabras de Duns Scoto: ad personalitatem requiritur ultima solitudo. Es la soledad radical lo que hace a la persona un individuo" El Hijo es persona, es relacion, no substancia individual de naturaleza racional.
The crux of The Sanctuary experience is "Solitudo," a threeday retreat that combines spiritual and physical detoxification.
(73) "Quia ad personalitatem requiritur ultima solitudo sive negatio dependentiae actualis et aptitudinalis ad personam alteri naturae".
Ampliamente tratada por Escoto en el Ordinatio, esta cuestion fundamental de la libertad es completada con la aspiracion existencial netamente franciscana, de una humanidad formada por hombres que viven una ultima solitudo. Cita Merino dos planteamientos del Doctor Sutil a este respecto (1993: 247):
(31) Du Cange interpreta Solitudo en el sentido de desierto, en Glossarium Mediae et Infimae Latinitatis, Paris, 1846, t.
La descrizione tacitiana del terror premorte di Vitellio da uno schema narrativo peculiare: terret solitudo et tacentes loci; temptat clausa, inhorrescit uacuis; fessus misero errore et pudenda latebra semet occultans ab Iulio Placido tribuno cohortis protrahitur.