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adhering to beliefs or practices approved by authority or tradition

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appearing in a biblical canon

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of or relating to or required by canon law

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reduced to the simplest and most significant form possible without loss of generality

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conforming to orthodox or recognized rules

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C] denote the completion of C at the infinity, which is canonically isomorphic to the formal spectrum of Q[[t]].
This volume, then, is a plausible last word on the canonically postmodern version of Pynchon.
We do not know for sure that we live in a canonically infinite world.
In order to arrive at a better understanding of how best to structure a Catholic school in both canon and civil law we will first consider what a Catholic school is, canonically speaking.
M the canonically vector bundle associated with the affine bundle E [?
where p and q correspond to any two canonically conjugate operators, remain a wave-particle-duality mystery in the current paradigm.
I searched the data for instances and non-instances where the discourse of Science was used in a canonically accurate form to explain the water test results through comparison to standards.
that] Lambeth is acknowledging that there are people in same-gender relationships who are priests who canonically would be eligible for election and consecration.
I will rather analyze gender agreement across the DP (a, c, d) for both canonically and non-canonically feminine marked words, for pre-nominal and post nominal elements, and for grammatical categories.
He continued: "If the electoral college went ahead and if then the bench of bishops endorsed the nomination - so there are a couple of big ifs there - then I as Archbishop would have to decide to do one of two things: Go ahead and risk the ire of the Communion or refuse to consecrate and then possibly be taken to the provincial court of the Church in Wales for refusing to carry out what I'm canonically sort of mandated to do.
Although they may pursue establishment as some other form of nonprofit organization, they are not canonically recognized by the Catholic Church.
Observe that, in a rooted plane quadrangulation, the root edge can be canonically oriented with respect to the plane orientation.
Canonically, the benefits at issue tend to be money and power (and leisure).
If a marriage could not be consummated because of the impotence or frigidity of one of the spouses, and the canonically prescribed trial period of three years had passed, then the church would grant an annulment.
An old style Canon Law would have reduced archives to Acts and Deeds; but Australian archives were never canonically kept.