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Synonyms for clxxv

being five more than one hundred seventy

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80) 'id est arcum qui non fallit; cujus chordam extensam quodcunque animal tangit tetendit arcum et vulnerabatur'; PL, CLXXV, cols 44f.
Kluke, "Bismarck und Salisbury: Ein diplomatisches Duell," Historische Zeitschrift, CLXXV (1953), 285-306; D.
CLXXV of 2011 (the Civil law) this status can only be maintained by fulfilling new (financial, social etc.
in Posteriores exceptiones (PL CLXXV 667D), Gratianus in his Concordantia discordantum canonum (PL CLXXXVII 254C).