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a collection of excerpts from a literary work

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Taft and Gabriele Winkler, Comparative Liturgy Fifty Years after Anton Baumstark (1872-1948), Orientalia Christiana Analecta 265 (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Orientale 2001) p.
Dritter Generalsuperior SVD, 1920-1932, Analecta SVD 50 (Rome: Collegium Verbi Divini, 1980), 271.
The numbers of issues of Analecta Hibernica has reached 41, and the book volumes published is approaching 160.
As even the most cursory reading confirms, The Acting Person--as do some of the other articles published by Wojtyla in the Analecta Husserliana--evinces haste in its final editing.
Gregoire l'Illuminateur dan le calendrier lapidaire de Naples," Analecta Bollandiana 60 (1942), 91-130, especially 104-6.
Nielsen, Delicia in Roman literature and in the urban inscriptions', Analecta Romana Instituti Danici 19 (1990) 79 argues for 'something between a jester and a pet'.
Mathes, "The Poverty Movement and the Augustinian Friars," Analecta Augustiniana 31 (1968), 5-154.
Richard Montagu, Analecta Ecclesiasticarum Exercitationum (London, 1622), sig.
115-38; and to the anonymous eleventh-century Life of St Birinus, which borrows the phrase barbarum frendere (David Townsend, 'An Eleventh-Century Life of Birinus of Wessex', Analecta Bollandiana, 107 (1989), 129-59 (p.
Thus, the "Bibliography" begins with the stark one line entry "AASS," for Acta Sanctorum, followed by the equally stark one-liner "A," for Analecta Bolandiana.
See Karol Wojtyla, "Special Contribution to the Debate: The Intentional Act and the Human Act, that is, Act and Experience," in Analecta Husserliana V (Dordrecht-Holland: D.
Moran's poems have appeared in IUSB Magazine, Current and Analecta, the Notre Dame Review, No Exit, Word Play, Free Lunch, and Iowa Woman.
Vincentii, gives the impression that the crusaders' decision to assist in the attack on Lisbon was made after they had arrived in the Peninsula: Analecta Bollandiana, 1 (1882), 273.
Swetman, "Jesus and Isaac: A Study of the Epistle of the Hebrews in the Light of the Aqedah," Analecta Biblica 94 [Rome, Pontifical Biblical Institute, 1981], pp.