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The only cases of Latinizing H- are forms of the verb HABERE habia (V: 51); habiando (V: 13); habiati (V: 52); habuta (II: 3); habute (V: 37, 39) (VI: 41); habuto (V: 2, 41, 42) (VI: 41); and also hosteri (V: 33, 35).
Always presents a Latinizing form: fatia (V: 53); fatiando (VI: 3); fatiano (V: 28);f atiate (II: 21); fatio (I: 1) (II: 13, 17) (V: 15) (VI: 5) etc.
The dominant form is the Latinizing -TI- in datio (VI: 31); pretio (V: 21, 27); recomandatione (II: 2); regratiare (VI: 45); regratio (III: 6, 35); 'secutione (IV: 4).
The only cases are speranza (III: 20) (IV: 5), ignoranzia (VI: 17) and one case of Latinizing mentione (VI: 3).
There is still a Milanese influence in zaschuno (1) and a Latinizing vowel in toto (1).
What Shul is doing is latinizing the Bay Area '90s New Jazz school that has spawned guitarists like Charlie Hunter and Will Bernard.
Though one can certainly sympathize with Melkite historians when they speak of an imprudent Latinizing diminution of the historic patrimony of their church, there simply is, it must be said, no such thing as a homogeneous doctrine of the papacy, its theory and practice, in the first Christian millennium against which the notions of universally primatial jurisdiction and infallible teaching authority, as promulgated at the First Vatican Council, can be judged and found wanting.
Given that Helisenne seems also to have followed Christine in attempting to give her language added prestige by latinizing her syntax and spelling, a fuller glossary would have been useful.