filius


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filius

(ˈfiːlɪəs)
n
a son
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It is by no means a necessary consequence, returned the other, winking, with a shrewd look around the bar room; “there is such a thing, I suppose you know, in law as a filius nullius.
Unde Filius secundum Augustinum sexto de Trinitate dicitur <<ars plena omnium rationum viventium>>.
The children were then introduced to the heads of the various houses of Hogwarts-McGonagall for Gryffindor, Tima Lacson as Pomona Sprout for Hufflepuff, William Weber as Filius Flitwick for Ravenclaw and Chito Villanueva as Severus Snape for Slytherin.
Additional relevant information to the 2006 Filius reference in n.
E esse aspecto prende-se com a necessidade de chamar de novo a colacao duas epigrafes a que ultimamente tenho procurado dar o maior relevo pela sua singularidade: a verosimil atribuicao de IRCP 184 a um templo (ou templete) mandado consagrar, em Salacia, por um indigena, Vicanus Bouti filius, a Augusto em 5/4 a.
Tertiam vero Wacho uxorem habuit Herulorum regis filiam nomine Salingam ex ipsa ei natus est filius, quem Waltari appellavit, quique Wachone mortuo, super Langobardos iam octavus regnavit.
2, April 24, 1870) discussed "revealed truths" without providing a definition of "revelation"; an English translation of Dei Filius is available at http://www.
93 "Huius filius Raymundus Berengarius regnum Aragonensis postea adquisivit, ut infra legitur", donde "Aragonensis" es la resolucion del editor de la abreviatura "Aragonen.
The white titles stand out well on the green background, and on each front cover, the illuminated folio from the beginning of the Coventry chronicle has been printed, with an ornate capital D at the top of it, reading Dominus noster lhesus Christus Filius Dei conceptus, on Friday 25 March, ending with his birth on Sunday 25 December during the night (nocte), rather than Haywards 'in the early hours'.
7) El termino Filius, empleado en los simbolos de Nicea y Constantinopla (H.
50: "Non enim aliud est principium, aliud sapientia, aliud verbum, sed his omnibus nominationibus unigenitus filius dei, in quo et per quem omnia a patre lacta sunt, proprie significatur".
Augustus' is the honorific cognomen granted by the senate in 27 BC to Imperator Caesar, divi filius, to advertise his new persona and superhuman status vis-a-vis the Roman world.