fecial

fecial

(ˈfiːʃəl)
n, adj
a variant spelling of fetial
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Activated charcoal, which is carbon that's been treated to increase its absoibency, is included in fecial cleansers and fecial masks to attract and absorb dirt, oil and other impurities.
Ahora bien, todos esos conflictos son anteriores a la instauracion del rito fecial, que se convierte obligatoriamente en un vinculo entre fides, fetiales y foedus.
Es mas, la aceptacion de la hegemonia romana tiene su razon en el ejercicio del poder mismo por parte de los romanos, en cuanto se cumple a su vez con la teoria del bellum iustum y del derecho fecial, esto es en la practica la teoria de la guerra defensiva, tambien preventiva, y especialmente para la defensa de aliados [GABBA, Emilio, <<Aspectos culturales del imperialismo romano>>, Athenaeum, num.
2 RICHARD ZOUCHE, AN EXPOSITION OF FECIAL LAW AND PROCEDURE, OR OF LAW BETWEEN NATIONS, AND QUESTIONS CONCERNING THE SAME 33 (J.
RICHARD ZOUCHE, AN EXPOSITION OF FECIAL LAW AND PROCEDURE 1 (James Brown Scott & Thomas Erskine Holland eds.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Bladderwrack, a large, brown seaweed rich in antioxidants and minerals, is a key component of the fecial care, body care and hair care products made by The Seaweed Bath Co.