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the person immediately affected by or concerned with an action

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Linne, C., von Systema naturae, sive regna Tria naturae systematicae proposita per classes, ordines, genera et species, Haak, Leiden, 1735, p.
Brain Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the proposita revealed thickening of fronto-parieal and temporal gyri (pachygyria) and mild hypoplasia of corpus callosum (Figure -2d, e).
Hunc extemporalis facultas commendat, adeo ut superioribus his mensibus (ut modo dicebam) in Cosmiano Leonis X convivio caeteros, qui multi aderant, poetas, proposita materia, quam referrent ex tempore, obmutescere quasi elingues fecerit, inter quos Lippus." I have taken the text from the edition in Giraldi: 104, 106; the same text is found in Specimen variae literaturae quae in urbe Brixia ejusque ditione Paulo post typographiae incunabula Florebat Scilicet vergente ad tinem Saeculo XV.
Eaque conditione a rege proposita et ab illis suscepta tractum per tot annos bellum constat esse finitum, ut, abiecto daemonum cultu et relictis patriis caerimoniis, Christianae fidei atque religionis sacramenta susciperent et Francis adunati unus cure eis populus efficerentur" (see for an English translation that I have largely followed here: Dutton, Charlemagne's Courtier: The Complete Einhard, tr.
(7) Carolus Linnaeus, Systema Naturae, sive Regna Tria Naturae, Systematice Proposita per Classes, Ordines, Genera, et Species (Leyden and London: Theodore Haak, 1735).
Indeed, the whole outward creation, which is but the shadows of His being, is so made as to represent spiritual things" as it is, circa 1940 to write, "Proposita: 1.
1610) Philosophia Epicurea, Democritiana, Theophrastica proposita simpliciter, non edocta, a collection of excerpts from the newly revived Skeptical writers, printed in Paris in 1601.
Quod proposita saepe mutando in eadem revolvebantur et non reli-querant novitati locum, fastidio esse illis coepit vita et ipse mundus, et subiit illud tabidarum deliciarum: 'Quo usque eadem?' (Tranq.
(22) See, e.g., Jean-Vincent Bainvel, De vera religione et apologetica (Paris: Beauchesne, 1914) v--141; Bernhard Jungmann, Tractatus de vera religione, Institutiones theologiae dogmaticae generalis (Cincinnati: Pustet, 1879) 1-26; Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, De revelatione per Ecclesiam Catholicam proposita, Theologia fundamentalis secundum S.
GARRIGOU-LAGRANGE, De Revelatione per Ecclesiam catholicam proposita, Libreria Editrice Religiosa, Romae 31925, 57; J.
Systema Naturae, sive Regna tria Naturae systematice proposita per classes, Ordines, Genera & Species.
La premiere regle de Flacius est le principe de la totalite, que l'on trouve deja mentionne comme principe d'interpretation des textes des lois dans le Digeste de Justinien, l'empereur codificateur de Byzance (5e siecle): "incivile est, nisi tota lege perspectae, una aliqua particula eius proposita iudicare vel respondere", il n'appartient pas au droit civil -incivile est--de se prononcer, soit en tant que juge -iudicare- soit en tant qu'opinion d'avocat -respondere--, sur une partie sans avoir regarde le tout de la loi.