glossa


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Synonyms for glossa

a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity

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The Glossa ordinaria resolved the issue by saying that women do not receive the mark (characterem).
Evidence of this is the fact that the Glossa ordinaria as well as Nicholas of Lyra adopt this reading, and they do so without even mentioning the Marian interpretation.
Che [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] possa essere lectio difficilior per [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] confermato dal rapporto sinonimico esistente tra la parola che indica il remo e quella che indica il colpo, diretta conseguenza del movimento che il rematore compie nel portare il remo al petto prima di fendere nuovamente l'acqua e che e anche testimoniato dal lessico di Esichio (54), in cui [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] compare, insieme a [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], in glossa a [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].
Petrus Comestor cita despues otra descripcion del arca aunque en esta ocasion no dice de quien la toma; parece claro, sin embargo, que puede tratarse de la descripcion que da Strabo en la Glossa ordinaria, a su vez basada en el texto de la Biblia de los Setenta.
William Sherman, Used Books: Marking Readers in Renaissance England (Philadelphia, 2007)), even databases devoted to recapturing what readers wrote in their books (see William Weaver's Glossa Rhetorica, accessible at https://www.
The Glossa ordinaria (the Gloss) was the standard Biblical commentary of the later Middle Ages.
Di tutt'altro avviso e invece il redattore della glossa pseudoacroniana che parla del destinatario come negotiator:
Parece que ambas oraciones se deben al jurisconsulto Francesco Accursio (1182-1263), nacido en Banolo, Florencia, autor de la Glossa Magna, de gran trayectoria posterior, en donde comento el Corpus Iuris.
Meryl is known to have eaten at Agnanti in Glossa, which was also near where we stayed.
Si ripercorre infatti il metodo esegetico della glossa medievale e vengono illustrati i fondamenti della semiologia medievale, basata sulla polisemia della parola che la glossa rende esplicita.
Williamson demonstrates how the earliest attempts at providing definition were essentially produced by the glossing tradition, before turning to the glossa collecta, the siphoning off of original word and gloss from their context.
She begins with the interpretation of the medieval and late medieval tradition, focussing on the Glossa Ordinaria, Nicholas of Lyra, Dennis the Carthusian, and Jacques Lefevre d'Etaples.
114) The most famous of these was Accursius' Glossa Ordinaria, which contained over 100,000 glosses.
24) In the twelfth century, the idea was incorporated into the Glossa ordinaria.
Escleroma hipofaringeo asimetrico, esclerosado, con el lado derecho prominente, truncado (Figura 3C), lobulos laterales desiguales, izquierdo mas redondeado, derecho anguloso, labium con la glossa setosa, setas gruesas.