exul

exul

(ˈɛksʊl)
n
(Law) an exile, a person who has been banished
vb (tr)
(Law) to exile, to banish
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Noch unmundig ein Exul Christi, wollte er lieber des Irdischen als himmlischen Vaterlands entbaren, er fande zwar ein Vaterland ausser dem Vaterland, wohnte aber mit Ungemach in des Leibs herberge.
Effect of three nickel salts on germinating seed of Grevillea exul var.
Table 2) Florida Record: Johnson 1913, FSCA Synonymy; Tabanus variegatus Fabricius, 1805; Tabanus tectus Osten Sacken, 1876; Tabanus exul Osten Sacken, 1878
P 0 0 0 0 0 Aegla araucaniensis P 0 15 54 36 129 Aegla manni P 0 54 0 0 0 Isopoda Helenas exul CG 0 0 3 15 6 Amphipoda Hyalella sp.
28) "Ossa tamen facito parua referantur in urna: / sic ego non etiam mortuus exul ero.
interea patriis olim vagus exul ab oris Oedipodionides furto deserta pererrat Aoniae.
La encontramos por isso os belos adjectivos latinos vertidos em formas portuguesas de belissima sonoridade poetica, relembrando-nos a riqueza do nosso vocabulario por vezes tao esquecido, a ancestralidade da nossa lingua e da nossa cultura: um Edipo "livre de preocupacoes, exul, vagueando intrepido", o fogo que "vacila, turbido, entre o fumo ondulante", "a imbrifera Iris", e Nereu que "transmuta as ceruleas ondas em prados".
El exul (desterrado) romano, era exiliado frecuentemente a una ubicacion especifica por fuera del imperio, en la cual quienes ostentaban el poder se veian obligados a aceptar su presencia.
In one (VII) of his letters to Emperor Henry VII, (3) written in 1311 when the emperor had first come to Italy, Dante, as a Florentinus et exul immeritus, rebukes the emperor's delay in besieging the city of Brescia and urges him to action.
19) that Jason "per urbes erret ignotas egens / exul pauens inuisus incerti laris, / iam notus hospes limen alienum expetat" (may wander through unknown cities, destitute, fearing, a hated exile of an uncertain house; already an infamous stranger, let him seek out an alien doorstep; ll.
Hugo Grotius's Adam in Adamus Exul makes the same error of judgement by seeing 'two loves [.
Non igitur tristes exul tot duxeris annos, / qui patriam pulchris studeas ascendere pennis / laudis et ingenii; Dios habiturus honores.