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a person who does not acknowledge your god

a person who is not a member of one's own religion

a Christian as contrasted with a Jew

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a Christian

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Perhaps a more nuanced definition of the "facilitating" clause, along the lines of Gentili, who excluded privateers from the definition 300 years ago, is in order.
WHERE THEY WERE A map showing Melong and Yaounde HEADLINE NEWS Our front page on the family's gun terror HELD AT GUNPOINT Dario and Sandy Gentili and their children Alessandro (back), Lucca (right) and Isabella were held hostage at gunpoint in their hotel room while on holiday in Cameroon
He examines what he describes as the three key prescriptive moments of this development: the foundational international legal works of Alberico Gentili and Hugo Grotius in the context of the wars against Catholic Spain in the 16th century, World War I, and World War II.
By the early 20th century, it was in Paris in the collection of the Jewish Italian businessman Federico Gentili di Giuseppe, who died--of natural causes--in 1940.
Alberico Gentili, The Wars of the Romans: A Critical Edition and Translation of De armis Romanis, ed by Benedict Kingsbury & Benjamin Straumama, translated by David Lupher (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011).
Pugliatti also discusses the dissent against such readiness to legitimize war voiced by some key late-Medieval and Renaissance writers in the just war tradition, such as John of Legnano, Alberico Gentili, Erasmus, Juan Luis Vives, and Francisco de Vitoria (Pugliatti 2010, 58).
The renowned Italian thinker Alberico Gentili wrote that it made
Both authors give special recognition to Alberto Gentili in the "rediscovery" of Vivaldi's music.
Bourgery is survived by his wife, Barbara Gentili Bourgery, six children, two brothers and a sister, eight grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
Witness the discussions by Alberto Gentili (1612) and Emer de Vattel (1758) of morally justifiable preemptive--and even preventive--wars that might presumably be fought to maintain and defend such benevolent, or at least propitious, international arrangements.
These sections survey the theorization of diplomatic practice in the early modern period, with discussion of Guicciardini, Machiavelli, More, Rabelais, Montaigne, Tasso, and Gentili.
14) For the identification see Smyth 1963:398-399; Gentili 1958:13-14.
Accanto alie varie leggende fiorite nel Medioevo, il nome di Maometto e quasi sempre accompagnato dal sintagma falso profeta, che trova probabilmente le sue radiei nella Somma contro i gentili di San Tommaso d'Aquino:
The others subjects of the Sofia exhibition are Gipi Gopinath (India), Javed Nuri (Afghanistan), Mona Dragomir (Romania), Tim Ireland (Australia), Viviana Gentili (Italy), Dmitriy Yagodin (Russia,) Lucia Bizubova and Yuraj Petras (Slovakia), Marco Jara (Australia), Florian Frey (Germany) and two former journalists on The Sofia Echo, Magdalena Rahn from the US and Rene Beekman from the Netherlands.