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the system of philosophy dominant in medieval Europe

orthodoxy of a scholastic variety

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I demonstrate that one of Lydgate's strategies for self-advertisement is, perhaps ironically, his manifest representation of himself and his writing vis-a-vis Chaucer and the other auctors who preceded him.
But auctor is more than this because it also has links to augere, to cause to grow and increase, to augment.
1'universalita e ottenuta e il Dante auctor ha definitivamente
En este sentido, auctor es quien toma una iniciativa, promueve, funda, cultiva, garantiza por vez primera alguna actividad.
What a fifteenth-century audience would have made of the person portrayed on the manuscript's first page cannot be determined, but the mere presence of a figure at a desk in the classic style of an auctor may not have had the same authorizing effect on the English language that such images are often thought to confer.
In the Matter of COMPANIES ACT 2014 and In the Matter of Auctor Limited NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to Section 587 (6) of the Companies Act, 2014 that a Meeting of Creditors of the above Company will be held at the offices of Outlook Accountants, 4a Broomhill Business Complex, Broomhill Road, Tallaght, D24HR52 at 10.00am on the 28th day of June 2016 for the purposes mentioned in Sections 586, 587, 588 and 646 of the said Act.
The word "author," sharing a root with the word "actor," stems from the classical Latin "auctor"--meaning a person with "authority to take action or make a decision" (OED).
AUCTOR. Well, well, you see it was but a rustic oracle at 9 3/4 d.
As a nod to Wright, La Disparation contains an Oxford don and Auctor Honoris Causa known as "Lord Gadsby V.