unus

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Kings had need beware, how they side themselves, and make themselves as of a faction or party; for leagues within the state, are ever pernicious to monarchies: for they raise an obligation, paramount to obligation of sovereignty, and make the king tanquam unus ex nobis; as was to be seen in the League of France.
He has the trunk containing all the apparatus of Franz Unus, the legendary performer who could stand on one finger--an echo of which can be found in Bello's own one-finger pushups.
En ambos se considera el origen del articulo definido a partir del pronombre personal, ille, illa, illud, y del indefinido, ademas del numeral unus, para comprender la gestacion de este componente de la oracion que no existio como articulo en latin.
7: <<Mediator est filius, non Pater, non Spiritus Sanctus, nihilominus tamen unus est Deus>>.
The principle of the autonomy of will is stated in a number of causes such as: Vita Food Production versus Unus Shiping Co.
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Unus (2005) on the other hand mentioned that an Islamic way of life revolves around preparation for the life in the hereafter.
Testis unus, testis nullus" estable cio hace siglos el derecho romano.
78) <<Veruni post [ilium] consensum legitimum de praesenti licitum est alteri, altero edam repugnante eligere monasterium, sicut edam sancti quidam de nuptiis vocati fuerunt, dummodo carnalis commixdo non intervenerit inter eos, et alteri remanenti, si commonitus continentiam servare noluerit, licitum est ad secunda vota transiret, quia, quum non fuissent una caro simul effecti, satis potest unus ad Deum transire, et alter in saeculo remanere>>: X 3.
sunt una essentia, una natura, unus Deus sub tali conditione, quod quaelibet dignitas habeat suum proprium actum, ita, quod in actu cujuslibet dignitatis sint omnes actus aliarum dignitatum, ut nulla obstante differentia omnes dignitates possint esse una essentia, una natura: unde, inquirendo hanc conditionem, potest haberi cognitio, quomodo de necessitate conveniat, in Deo esse pluralitatem suppositorum; et haec regula per hanc artem millo modo deficit, ut in multis locis illam significavimus, isto modo: videlicet, quod bonitati conveniat bonificare, quod bonificare per magnam extensivam et infinitam magnitudinem, et per magnitudinem bonitatis, et per magnitudinem aeternitatis, potestatis etc.
He acquired the knowledge of good and evil, and became effectively in this way "quasi unus ex nobis" ["as one of us"], in the words of God (Zib.
Etenim in unum collati fiunt, quasi homo unus multos habens pedes, multas manus, multos oculos multosque sensus.