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3 quorum longe est mansuetudo et superbia proxima, persequentes remuneratores, non miserantes pauperum, non dolentes pro dolente, non scientes genitorem suum, peremptores filiorum suorum, abortuantes, auertentes se a bonis operibus, deprimentes laborantem, aduocationes (45) iustorum deuitantes.
Michael Ascoli, president of the group, said Superbia will give them a production capacity of 26 million gallons per year, doubling the current 13 million they have in the premises of the plant in the municipality of Villa Nueva.
Myself and my sister Superbia are the head of the acronym SALIGA.
La fortuna socratica tambien encuentra espacio en el ensayo de Graziano Ranocchia, del Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche/Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e Storia delle Idee de Roma, ("Il ritratto di Socrate nel De superbia di Filodemo, PHerc.
Sin autem in superbia perstiterint contumaciter proclamantes reos se non esse, tunc cure probatissimis atque prudentissimis sacerdotibus duobus vel tribus predictos ad nos dirigitis viros, ut profunda inquisitione coram sede apostolica eorum inquiratur causa et iuxta quod meruerint finem suscipiant: ep.
5) El pasaje en cuestion es el siguiente: "In der mittelalterlichen Bilderwelt ist der Kentaur Gegenbild des edlen Ritters, da er seine Tiernatur nicht uberwunden hat, und oft auch Verkorperung des Lasters Superbia (Hochmut)".
71) Cum omni humilitate, deposita priore superbia et simulatione (ATTO, Colossenses: 637D); Ex voluntate (HERVEO, Colossenses: 1349D; PEDRO LOMBARDO, Colossenses: 285C); Prompte (TOMAS DE AQUINO, Colossenses, III.
The "odalisque" is another cocotte: her nakedness suggests her sexual availability to men; the luxurious goods that surround her suggest moral fickleness and vanity, as the bourgeois Dorothea Brooke reminds her younger sister Celia in a lecture on character and asceticism in Middlemarch; and last but not least, the odalisque's self-satisfied smile into the handheld mirror signifies superbia, which the nineteenth-century audience would have known to be a cardinal sin.
Segun hemos podido comprobar mas arriba, en la "Oracion sobre la Vida y Pasion de Cristo ", nuestra dominica se reconoce afectada o preocupada por seis de los siete pecados capitales, aquellos que la literatura penitencial habia fijado en la regla sagilia, una diccion nemotecnica que contiene la inicial de cada uno de los siete vicios o pecados capitales: superbia, avaricia, luxuria, ira, gula, invidia, acidia (pereza) (18).
If despair is the destiny of sin, superbia or pride, Sayers writes, is
And I'm told that City's legend - Superbia in Proelia - means "Surely no team that has serious Champions League aspirations can concede three goals at Bolton.
Securitas, superbia veya "kibir" olarak anlasilan olumsuz anlamlari yuzunden etkisini kaybetse de, teoloji ve din alaninda certitudo'nun es anlamlisi olarak kullanilmaya devam etmektedir.