transire


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transire

(trænzˈaɪrɪ; trænzˈɪərɪ)
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(Law) law a document allowing goods to pass through customs
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Operation Transire was conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday involving officers from UK Border Agency, National Crime Agency, Home Office Immigration, (North West) Regional Organised Crime Unit Titan, HM Revenue & Customs and a number of specialist units from North Wales Police led by Det Inspector Jon Russell.
78) <<Veruni post [ilium] consensum legitimum de praesenti licitum est alteri, altero edam repugnante eligere monasterium, sicut edam sancti quidam de nuptiis vocati fuerunt, dummodo carnalis commixdo non intervenerit inter eos, et alteri remanenti, si commonitus continentiam servare noluerit, licitum est ad secunda vota transiret, quia, quum non fuissent una caro simul effecti, satis potest unus ad Deum transire, et alter in saeculo remanere>>: X 3.
oportet, nos transire per vestigium, quod est corporale et temporale et extra nos, et hoc est deduci in via Dei; oportet, nos intrare ad mentem nostram, quae est imago Dei aeviterna, spiritualis et intra nos [.
sin autem aliquae mulieres ita posteriorum uirorum amore sunt captae, ut maluerint his coherere, quam ad legitimum transire consortium, merito sunt notandae, ita ut ecclesiastica communione priuentur, que de re excusabili contaminationem criminis elegerunt, ostendentes, sibimet pro sua incontinentia placuisse quod iusta remissio poterat expiare.
Fac eas, Domine, de morte transire ad vitam, Haz, Senor, pasarlas de la muerte a la vida, quam olim Abrahae promisisti la que, en otro tiempo, habias prometido
La palabra se utiliza para indicar la parte inferior del hueco de una puerta, contrapuesta al dintel y suele aparecer acompanando a los verbos transire, intrare, subire en el sentido de "franquear, pasar el umbral".
Esta ultima, dice Benjamin, se caracteriza por su continuo e inagotable Vergehen; mas en la vision benjaminiana, tal transire eterno no define la condena de lo viviente.
204) Donacion a Santa Cruz de la Seros de la capilla de Santa Cecilia de Aibar (1074): Et hec mea oblado acceptabilis sit Deo, quatenus donet mihi Deus uictoriam contra innimicos nominis Christiani, et de isto regno transitorio ualeamus transire ad regnum celestis gaudia (Canellas, Coleccion, doc.
61) 'cum quedam mulieres nostre diocesis ecclesiasticis imbute disciplinis ad religionem transire affectarent, nobis humiliter supplicarunt ut nos eis in nostra diocesi aliquid habitaculum assingare curaremus, in quo possent sub habitu monastice religionis de cetero Domino famulari' (Louis Carolus-Barre, 'L'abbaye de la Joie-Notre-Dame a Berneuilsur-Aisne (1234-1430)', in Melange a la memoire du Pere Anselme Dimier, ed.
Another example of liminality comes to the fore in the figure of Charon, the ferryman whom Virgil has also made mention of in Georgics IV: "nor did the ferryman of Orcus (grant) further passage through that barrier-like marsh" ("nec portitor Orci/ amplius obiectam passus transire paludem" (lines 502-03).
Quia tamen in ista uita est professio crucis Christi, nauis est, et potest horno per istam nauim transire ad Christum.
Mas correcto en latin clasico seda transire, y asi lo presenta, por ejemplo, el Glosario de Reichenau, 53, en la edicion de Haadsma & Nuchelmans (1963, p.