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eccl.

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eccles.

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) ecclesiastic(al)
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2:36-38) and the two daughters of Philip (Eusebius, Eccl.
dispensavit suos medicos a servando secreto professionali, qui tamen medici audiri non potuerunt, nec Cancellaria Tribunalis Eccl.
Unde ne sit homo sine eorum qualicumque cognitione, provisum est ei ut saltern per fidem divina cognoscat, Eccl.
67) Isidoro de Sevilla se refiere a esta resurreccion espiritual producto del Espiritu, como cuando los israelies surgieron--como si de bautismo se tratara--del mar Rojo: Deipopulus resurgit renovatus sancto Spiritu (De eccl.
The sebaceous nevus syndrome is associated with linear sebaceous nevi limited to one side of the face, ocular abnormalities, and clinical symptoms in common with ECCL.
15, CCCM 228: 546; PL 213: 352A preserves only the final phrase of Beleth, De eccl.
9) Die Polemik gegen Haretiker (Minim), die die Existenz der zwei gottliche Machte lehren, findet sich im Talmud: in Eccl.
a book of instructions for operating a machine, learning a subject, etc; Eccl.