Capite


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Cap´i`te

    (kăp`ĭ`tē)
n.1.See under Tenant.
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In capite concilii primum debetis audire de fide Catholica quod est principalitas et major virtus nostra et tocius Christianl imperii salus et Iudeorum atque Sarracenorum et paganorum et haereticorum et Antichristi et diaboli et inferni destructio et confusio.
iam subrepet iners aetas, nec amare decebit, dicere nec cano blanditias capite.
4) Augustinus libro tertio de Doctrina Christiana capite nono tantum duo ponit, baptismum et eucharistiam.
La sentencia de primera instancia fue pro nullitate <<ex capite erroris viri circa qualitatem mulieris conventae>> (sent, rotal, n.
Her friend since kindergarten Janice Benicek of Shrewsbury, as well as fellow North High Class of '54 graduates Ilene Burke, Dorothy Rhodes, Carol Sweetman, Joan McMaster and Joanne Capite agreed.
1131) quasi a capite divisio, idest subtractio litere vel sillabe in principio a naturali quantitate dictionis.
reaching maturity: Rufus posito capite, ut si | filius immaturus
Berbex dicitur uel a uiribus, quod fortior sit ceteris ouibus, uel quod sit uir et masculus, uel quod habeat uermes in capite, quorum pruritu (51) excitati cum magno inpetu se percutiuntur inuicem [Etym.
DPC, 159-160: <<Atque ex eodem capite statim consequitur eumdem esse finem eamdamque necessitatem publicarum potestatum.
Evidentemente, Carranza pertenece a la Reforma Catolica, al viejo banderin del Concilio de Constanza que reclamaba una <<reformatio in capite et in membris>>; y sus ansias reformadoras se inspiran primordialmente en la Biblia, en la tradicion patristica y conciliar.
Pero, tambien, es la Legislatura que siempre tuvo a tiempo, con enormes esfuerzos de entendimiento politico, los instrumentos financieros y presupuestarios que otros congresos --In capite el de los Estados Unidos-- no siempre han podido resolver a tiempo.
He argues, for example, that the humanism of the 12th-century Renaissance served as a source of evangelical awakening in membris, which in turn was a complement, corrective, and challenge to medieval reform in capite and its creation of the curia, college of cardinals, and canon law.