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a chain of connected ideas or passages or objects so arranged that each member is closely related to the preceding and following members (especially a series of patristic comments elucidating Christian dogma)

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It would never have happened without the Catena Institute and it will have implications for vineyards everywhere.
Clarence Miller's commentary on De Tristitia acknowledges Aquinas's Catena as a source upon which More "relies heavily" because it provides "the groundwork" of More's biblical exegesis.
The star of the shoot is Milly Catena (Monica Bellucci), the gorgeous celebrity who hosts "Countryside Wonders," a television series that shines a spotlight on the simple country folk who produce Italy's famous rurally produced staples -- though Catena's writers clearly favor meat products like prosciutto, ham and so forth.
But it's not all been plain sailing for the Catena dynasty.
The scheme was the brainchild of WFP director Marina Catena who claimed Ibrahimovic was the ideal man to spread the word.
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And precisely because the novel restores the agency of woman and her objective presence in national imaginings, Consolo can promote Catena to 'writer' while implicitly paying homage to the participation of women in the project of Italian nation-building that is documented in the work of Costanza D'Azeglio, Caterina Franceschi Ferrucci, Adelaide Cairoli, Emilia Toscanelli Peruzzi, Giannina Milli, Cleobolina Cotenna, Maria Giuseppina Guacci, Angelica Palli Bartolommei, Cristina Trivulzio di Belgioioso, and many others.
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His 200-page introduction discusses such matters as patristic exegesis and the theological interpretation of scripture, the sources of the Catena in Marcum, Procopius of Gaza and the scholastic tradition, the obscurity of texts, and the discrepancies between the gospels.
Sin dalla prima seduta, infatti, si era evidenziato un grande accorciamento dei pilastri del diaframma che, rinforzati nella loro azione lordosizzante dai muscoli ileo-psoas, loro agonisti, e dai muscoli della catena posteriore, creavano e mantenevano un'importante iperlordosi dorso-lombare, con antiversione del bacino e restrizione in flessione delle anche.
Santhera Pharmaceuticals (SIX: SANN), a Swiss specialty pharmaceutical company focused on orphan neuromuscular diseases, has announced that recruitment has been completed for its six-month RHODOS study evaluating Catena in Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy (LHON).
With the exception of catena E, the Greek fragments establish the reliability of the Syriac translation and sometimes even clarify its meaning (159, 200-201).
The petitioner advocate has contended that quashing of sanction by Competent Authority by the high court is "bad in law and impermissible in law and against a catena of judgment and position of law settled by the apex court".