licitly


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in a manner acceptable to common custom

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It follows from this that the amount one can licitly ask for will vary along with the potential profit's proximity to being actualized.
The reminiscences of Sor Juana in the San Jeronimo festejo suggest a comfortable--not reverent--familiarity with her life story, a frank appreciation for her poetic talent, a proud claiming of her as part of the cultural heritage of the convent and order, and a shared vision of the cloister as a space that licitly might embrace song, dance and laughter in the company of like-minded secular allies.
Although meth has been used medically and recreationally, licitly and illicitly, since the 1930s (Rasmussen, 2008), in the late 1980s it emerged in the media as a serious problem (Goode, 2008a).
Stimulant using students were asked to also indicate whether they planned to continue using ADHD medications licitly (prescription holders) or illicitly (non-holders) after college using a 5-point Likert-type scale (1 = strongly disagree to 5 = strongly agree) with a sixth option for 'not applicable.
The language in Donum Vitae describing the "absurd fate" of frozen embryos "not transferred into the body of the mother" left "with no possibility of their being offered safe means of survival which can be licitly pursued" (116) seems to leave open the question of whether their own genetic mother is included among those who cannot offer them a safe and licit means of survival.
Rather, he is acting in conformity with John Paul's prudent instruction in Evangelium vitae that "when it is not possible to overturn or completely abrogate a pro-abortion law, an elected official, whose absolute personal opposition to procured abortion was well known, could licitly support proposals aimed at limiting the harm done by such a law and at lessening its negative consequences at the level of general opinion and public morality.
Faced with the difficulty of creating a common civic culture, some of America's early writers on education proposed that the schools teach patriotism or religious tenets exp licitly.
wd be we believe useful and beneficent that there be place to lend licitly Money to receive licitly money at moderate and legitimate interest .
Therefore, from one side the International sports federations were concerned about the possibility that some police officers could have licitly entered for inspections into the Olympic Village and about the consequences for those athletes tested positive.
According to canon 844, "Catholic ministers may licitly administer the sacraments to Catholic members of the Christian faithful only and, likewise, the latter may licitly receive the sacraments only from Catholic ministers.
47) It is a kind of sanction, one that targets wrongdoers who lie outside of the sovereign's domestic jurisdiction and which allows for a range of acts that go well beyond what may licitly be done in strict self-defense or enforcement of a civil jurisdiction?
This cycle represents the sense of moving back and forth between their two statuses: during university terms they are privileged young women who are permitted to access higher education and, in the course of that, also experience a weakening in social control and licitly encounter the urban milieu.
Both share the societal vision that sexuality can only be lived out licitly in the framework of marriage and both agree that this ideal is in crisis due to significant social change.
7) In like manner, a parent may not licitly hide a baby he no longer wishes to feed and care for in the back room of his house.
26)) Regarding the death penalty, according to the Catechism of the Catholic Church, imposition of the penalty is allowable, although significant criteria must be met if the death penalty is to be licitly administered.