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of or pertaining to an ecclesiastical chapter

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Ramon Gonzalvez Ruiz, "Evolucion historica de la Biblioteca Capitular de Toledo," El libro antiguo espanol 4 (1998): 235-56; and Gonzalvez Ruiz, Hombres y libros de Toledo, vol.
23) Carta de Francisco Gomes Villasboas, vigario capitular do bispado do Rio de Janeiro ao Vice-Rei Fernando Jose Portugal (12.
En el gobierno de Banzer se establecio una peligrosa dinamica no mediatizada institucionalmente entre el Estado y la sociedad, creandose un circulo vicioso de movilizaciones, demandas y chantajes de toda naturaleza frente a las cuales el gobierno adoptaba la posicion de ceder y capitular.
Luis nomeou Jose Maria da Cunha como vigario capitular do bispado de Braganca.
179 (from Autun); Troyes, Bibliotheque municipale, 571 and 720 (from Saint-Loup, Troyes); the CAO manuscripts E (Ivrea), V (Verona), and C (Compiegne); and Toledo, Biblioteca capitular, 44.
The capitular archives in Rouen record that the cardinal was seriously ill as early as the end of 1480 when he had planned a visit to that city.
Ironically, his funeral was conducted by Brno's vicar capitular, Lidvik Horky, an ex-Pacem in Terris priest.
The emphasis on the special friendship between the two orders is repeated in Dominican capitular decrees of 1236 and 1242 (though in terms which suggest that internecine jealousies were already a problem): see Acta Capitulorum Generalium, 1, 9 (lines 16-26), 24 (lines 4-5).
It is still very much a live issue in the Roman Catholic Church with regard to the continuing controversy about the authority of Episcopal Conferences (under attack both from the Curia and from some individual bishops) and about the right of particular dioceses, particularly those which had managed to hold on to the right of capitular election.
Adotando posicao pragmatica, afirmou sem rodeios que "o que da ou tira os reinos do mundo e o direito das armas, cujas leis ou privilegios sao mais largos; e segundo este direito, costumam capitular os principes quando um deles e menos poderoso".
This claim is based on the pattern of functioning of the female gonad, which is characterized by the degeneration of the ovary after fertilization, followed by recovery (during the initial and middle stages of the reproductive season) in parallel with the development of the embryos in the capitular cavity (Cruz & Hawkins 1998, Cruz 2000).
A guerra as imagens, que por seculos inflamou epistemologos e teologos, parece fragilizada ante o dominio inegavel que elas assumem em um mundo em franco estado de abstratificacao, este universo do pos-espetaculo sobre o qual nos debrucamos e que, incessantemente, sedutoramente, nos faz capitular, bela palavra para descrever o encanto caprichoso que nos oferecem algumas imagens.