sempiternum

sempiternum

(ˌsɛmpɪˈtɜːnəm)
n
a type of durable woollen fabric popular in the 17th century
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I have already made known that, in virtue of a compactum, I journey with the aforesaid Ishmael Bush; but though I am bound to perform certain duties while the journey lasts, there is no condition which says that the said journey shall be sempiternum, or eternal.
en la traduccion de la Vulgata: Ef 5,2 sicut et Christus dilexit nos et tradidit se ipsum pro nobis oblationem et hostiam Deo in odorem suavitatis; Heb 7,27 qui non habet cotidie necessitatem quemadmodum sacerdotes prius pro suis delictis hostias offerre deinde pro populi hoc enim fecit semel se offerendo; 9,26 alioquin oportebat eum frequenter pati ab origine mundi nunc autem semel in consummatione saeculorum ad destitutionem peccati per hostiam suam apparuit; 10,11-12 et omnis quidem sacerdos praesto est cotidie ministrans et easdem saepe offerens hostias quae numquam possunt auferre peccata, hic autem unam pro peccatis offerens hostiam in sempiternum sedit in dextera Dei.
Quod tibi sempiternum salutare sit: liberis procreandis--
Quodque istud secundum vivere, sempiternum scilicet, non potuit philosophorum universitas per demonstracionem convincere, nec fuit de rebus manifestis per se, idcirco de tradicione ipsorum que propter ipsum sint, non fuerunt solliciti" (MARSILIUS VON PADUA, Defensor Pacis, I, 4, 3).
Sempiternum illibatae virginitatis Against the Helvidians (30) he decus beatissimae matris Mariae, has always vehemently defended contra Helvidianos acerrime defendit the eternal virginity that adorns the Blessed Mother Mary.
non dico hic contingens, quodcumque non est necessarium nec sempiternum, sed cuius oppositum posset fieri quando istudfit.
Williams's "Et in Sempiternum Pereant" ("And May They Be Forever Damned") [1935] features Lord Arglay from Many Dimensions [1931] encountering a damned soul in an abandoned country cottage which has a basement stair leading directly into hell; it reads rather like Williams's attempt to write a Wm.
Certes, elle est bien comparee a une estoille, qui de sa nature est incorruptible, & invariable, & permanente in sempiternum.
4; Ysagoge, 210: "Necessitatis tamen iminente articulo, si nequid peccator, ut confiteatur, ad visibilem accedere sacerdotem, accedat ad invisibilem, de quo Ecclesiastes: `Ecce sacerdos magnus,' et Apostolus: `Ihesus,' inquid, `eo quod maneat in eternum, sempiternum habet sacerdocium.
12) Much of Taylor's own work was printed in these popular formats, but only two of his more than 140 publications appeared in 64mo: The Book of Martyrs and, in 1614, a book first titled Verbum Sempiternae and then corrected that year to Verbum Sempiternum.
v] is an early ownership inscription, 'Laudes deo dominam in sempiternum [where] Liber Iohannis Kellaway' (c.
1, 20, 68: praeclare enim Epicurus his paene verbis: 'Eadem', inquit, 'scientia confirmavit animum, ne quod aut sempiternum aut diuturnum timeret malum, quae perspexit in hoc ipso vitae spatio amicitiae praesidium esse firmissimum.