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anything that is injurious, destructive, or fatal

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a harmful or corrupting agency

a software program capable of reproducing itself and usually capable of causing great harm to files or other programs on the same computer

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Por exemplo, tanto os enunciados em torno dos requisitos obrigatorios para o ingresso na carreira militar no seculo XIX (Bertaud, 2013), como aqueles que discursivizam o lumbersexual, vao apontar para indices de virilidade, marcados, sobretudo, pela deferencia aos pelos, considerando os contornos viris que essa caracteristica anuncia.
8) Prima in tres secundum tres connexiones ex quibus domus constituitur, secundum Philosophum: quarum una est viri et uxoris; secunda patris et filii; alia domini et servi.
Estamos, pues, ante una fuente importante de la cronica de Gongora Marmolejo: tal como ya se apunto, el genero o modelo literario clasico del De viris illustribus, de los retratos o semblanzas de personajes.
Suetonis' De viris illustribus was divided into short books on Roman poets, orators, historians, grammarians and rhetoricians, and perhaps philosophers.
Particular atencion se ha prestado al intercambio entre oriente y occidente, como por ejemplo la recepcion de la teologia oriental en la obra de Tomas de Aquino (Giuseppe CONTICELLO), de san Agustin en el oriente (Marie-Helene CONGOURDEAU), de los Poemas de Gregorio de Nacianzo (Andre TUILIER) y a la circulacion de los manuscritos de Gregorio Magno (Claudio LEONARDI y Sara D'Imperio); pero tambien a la traduccion de obras de los Padres a lengua vulgar como medio de recepcion mas general (Genevieve HASENOHR) y la fortuna del genero literario del De viris illustribus en el Medioevo (Delphine VIELLARD).
Here, McKitterick shows that Frankish knowledge about the early church was both remarkably widespread and considerably dependent upon three texts: Rufinus's translation and edition of Eusebius's history; Cassiodorus's and Epiphanius's Historia tripartita, based on Socrates, Sozomen, and Theodoret; and the De viris illustribus of Jerome, continued by Gennadius, Isidore, and others.
11 condottiero nel 'De viris illustribus' di Facio e nella trattatistica dell'Umanesimo"; Claudio Marazzini, "La biblioteca del condottiero"; Hannelore Zug Tucci, "La morte del condottiere: Braccia, I Bracceschi e altri"; Maria Nadia Covini, "Milano e Bolo gna dopo il 1455.
His identification as Honoratus, bishop of Marseille in the late fifth century, rests on an addition to Gennadius' De viris inlustribus.
Dominus autem immisit septem viris spiritum vitae, et surrexerunt, putantesque quod una tantum nocte dormissent, miserunt puerum unum ex se qui cibos emeret.
This volume joins the edition of Petrarch's De viris illustribus, Adam-Hercules, ed.
Segun San Jeronimo (De viris illustribus), este Padre escribio numerosas obras, especialmente de tipo exegetico; desgraciadamente, casi todas se han perdido, quiza debido a su doctrina milenarista.
The treatises are Adversus eos qui apud se habent virgins subintroductas (Against those men who have virgins living subservient to them) and Quod regulares feminae viris cohabitare non debeant (That women under ascetic rule ought not cohabit with men).
Rizzardi, 1743), 2:290: "Non sine causa majores nostri a Platone aur a sapientissimis viris aequandae et retinendae communis libertatis et augen dae ac amplificandae publicae majestatis rationem habuisse et didicisse videantur.