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a control that maintains a steady speed in a machine (as by controlling the supply of fuel)

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Primero, por razon de su dignitas (siendo Hijo de Dios), luego por ser gubernator (ya que existe un orden interno en la Iglesia en el cual los miembros se sirven constantemente y se ordenan hacia Dios), y por ultimo por su <<influentia>>, es decir, por la transmision de la gracia a los miembros de su Cuerpo.
The Collectio Canonum Hibernensis requires a Princeps (ruler of an ecclesiastic establishment and responsible for his church's temporalities) to be a gubernator.
And, who knows, maybe one with the Gubernator, too.
57-59, 'No me compete a mi, cuando el mastil da bramidos bajo el azote del africo, rebajarme a lastimeras suplicas y negociar la calma a cambio de votos'); <<Ipse gubernator tollens ad sidera palmas, / Exposcit votis inmemor artis opem>> (Ovidio, Tristes, I, XI, vv.
respectively, satirically echoing Aime Cesaire's concept of negritude; while the Gubernator appears with the label SCHWARZENNEGRE, reminding one, if such a reminder is needed, that, with schwarz meaning "black" in German, the name of this paragon of Aryan strength carries a double hint of racial ambiguity.
The world's knowledge in chemistry is an invaluable resource," said Klaus Gubernator, eMolecule's CEO.
The Gubernator started out promisingly in his present starring role, but the script has lately morphed his macho image into that of a girlie man.
Gubernator destricto constiti ense Ceteramque armate conscia turba manu .