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high status importance owing to marked superiority

a protuberance on a bone especially for attachment of a muscle or ligament

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secundo per eminentiam, ut in causa id eminenter comprehendamus, quod in causato reperitur ipsum causatum perficiens; tertio per remotionem, ut defectum, quem reperimus in causato, ab eminentia causae removeamus.
Esta frase atribuida a Newton en la carta a su rival Hooke en 1676 tiene, en si, una larga tradicion que se remonta a Bernard de Chartres; a quien John de Salisbury le atribuye la frase diciendo: "Dicebat Bernardas Carnotensis nos esse quasi nanos, gigantium humeris insidentes, utpossimus plura eis et remotiora videre, non utiqueproprii visus acumine, aut eminentia corporis, sed quia in altum subvenimur et extollimur magnitudinegigantea" (Bernard de Chartres solia decir que somos como enanos sobre hombros de gigantes para que pudieramos ver mas que ellos y cosas a una mayor distancia, no por virtud de la agudeza visual ni por fuerza del cuerpo, sino porque hemos sido elevados a las magnitudes de dichos gigantes.
At the Cerro Tortuga fossiliferous locality the Pipidae are represented by an isolated opisthocoelous vertebra (MML 871), and the distal end of humerus (MML 856) which typically shows an eminentia capitata with its sagittal plane coinciding with that of the bone shaft (BAEZ, 1987, fig.
Amore catholice et canonice scripture contra pericula eminentia ecclesie, copertum pelle rubea, extimatus fior.
Quod quidem, sicut admiratione dignum est, ita etiam est divina eminentia et perfectione dignissimum, quia, cum in nulla perfectione sua partes habeat, non potest alicubi habere aliquid perfectionis suae, quacumque ratione consideretur, quin ibi etiam totum habeat; et ideo, ubicumque se exhibet praesentem, totam suam immensitatem exhibet (Disputationes metaphysicae, xxx, vii, li).