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annates

(ˈæneɪts; -əts)
pl n
(Roman Catholic Church) RC Church the first year's revenue of a see, an abbacy, or a minor benefice, paid to the pope
[C16: plural of French annate, from Medieval Latin annāta, from Latin annus year]
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The first publication of the Estonian Academy of Sciences was Annates Academiae Scientiarum Estonicae issued in 1940.
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The council, on the other hand, showed increasing signs of division during debates over accepting new papal presidents in 1434 and abolishing annates in 1435.
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In positive terms, nevertheless, it was absorbed into an aspect of the Annates school of historiography, of which the chief exponent was Fernand Braudel; latterly, Cohen-Solal has distinguished herself as a biographer working along similar lines.
Bernard writes that all the bishops opposed the annates bill in the beginning.
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