indiction


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a 15-year cycle used as a chronological unit in ancient Rome and adopted in some medieval kingdoms

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In the eleventh year of Emperor Constantine Monomachos, in the seventh indiction, on the day of the Nativity of St.
Antonello's grasp of Latin seems to have been less than secure, judging by his inability to equate the date and indiction of the London National Gallery's Christ Blessing.
We don't have any indiction that there's toxic contaminants,'' said Bill Lukehart, superintendent of planning and construction.
On August 25th, the 14th year of the indiction, in the year 6839 (1331 AD).
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The symbolism of the Holy Door is best expressed by the Pope himself, in the Bull of Indiction of the Great Jubilee of the Year 2000, issued on the First Sunday of Advent, 1998.
The man who was one of the major players in launching the new Scottish Premier League believes the tie-in with big business is an early indiction of its success.
The recent wave of growing narrow nationalism is a clear indiction of restlessness and sense of deprivation prevailing among smaller provinces.
Finally, the personalities of the likely candidates for succession, with the two leading candidates being Jiang Zemin, the putative successor, and Qiad Shi, a shadowy figure with ties to internal security affairs, do not give much indiction of the chance of any major new initiatives after Deng Xiaoping's death.
He said: "What a damning indiction on Stormont if victims have to leave the jurisdiction to find justice.
These included an indiction of increasing confidence among chartered surveyors, with the number expecting to see sales increases over the next three months rising to its highest level since August 2008.
35) John Paul II, Bull of Indiction for the Jubilee, Origins 28 (1994) 401-16.
And not content with threatening to banish first team players to the bench - or worse - Jones also gave his first indiction that City will have some money to spend come the January transfer window.
It seems odd that up until recently no such body existed for players to join but then again, organising a union body is just another indiction of increasing professionalism since the Welsh game's restructuring.
If they get those symptoms, usually it's an indiction that their diabetes is poorly controlled.