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a port city in northwestern Algeria and the country's 2nd largest city

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115: D's list of activities performed when contemplating Christ's Passion transposes two items and adds the reference to singing: "reste, and slepe, and ete, and drinke, rede, and synge, and praye." The Stimulus reads: "quiescere, dormire, videre, bibere, comedere, legere, orare; see also Hf (fol.
in cellis legere, scribere, orare, dormire, et etiam de nocte vigilare possint qui voluerint propter studium.'
Aware of her shortcomings as a driver, she nevertheless asserts that God will help her with the exam in a near fusion of Benedictine laborare est orare, her religious belief, and commodity culture.
inginocchiatasi, cominicio ad orare e contemplare, ed elevo il suo spirito in estasi ..."
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En todo el orbe, desde tiempos lejanos, muchas religiones difundieron que los impulsos libidinales no destinados a la procreacion conforme las reglas del matrimonio debian canalizarse hacia el trabajo y/o el cultivo del espiritu (orare et laborare); que la actividad sexual debilitaba el raciocinio y menguaba el entendimiento y que la fornicacion libre, el adulterio y, por supuesto, la sodomia y el bestialismo eran senales distintivas del "otro", del barbaro, el pagano o el hereje.
Reasons for this included that young women are "ignorant" (in the sense that they ignore information they receive orare heedless) or that young women actually want to get pregnant, because they see their peers doing it, because their family wants them to get pregnant, or because they want to get a child support grant (money provided by the South African government for primary caregivers making less than a certain amount of money per month).
(1) El vocablo "oral" viene de "orar", y este del latin orare: "hablar publicamente en vos alta", "expresarse"; tambien "rogar", "solicitar", "dar un discurso", "rezar".
Con ellos, ademas, la inventio y el orare retoricos (39) que el propio Oliver Alden purgaba de las conversaciones sobre teologia con el vicario de Iffley (p.
Este vocablo deriva del latin oraculum, 'oraculo', que se forma de orare, 'hablar' y culum, 'lugar'; (1) de ahi que oraculo tambien se puede atribuir al lugar donde se hacen las predicciones.
Evidence from the Maryland and Connecticut fusion center cases suggests that their representatives are either involved in data-gathering and investigative work, orare at least complicit in such activities, including illegal spying operations (German and Stanley, 2008).
Back in October 2008, the Commission proposed amendments to the maternity leavedirective' (92/85/EE) to "improve the safety and health of pregnant workers or workers who have recently given birth orare breastfeeding (seeEuropolitics 3610).
Googling a runner Oratory 3.35 Lingfield In Christianity, an oratory is a room for prayer, from the Latin orare, to pray.
(2008) "Mercaderes ingleses de la epoca Tudor: Los libros de cuentas de Sir Thomas Gresham y John Smythe", Nuevos estudios sobre la historia de la contabilidad: orare et rationem reddere, Esteban Hernandez Esteve y Begona Prieto Moreno, coords., Diputacion Provincial de Burgos, pp.
Sophomore Kelsey Orare, a left fielder who played very well last year, is hitting strongly alongside the equally hard-hitting Miller.