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conductus

(kənˈdʌktəs)
n
a style of medieval liturgical composition for up to four voices; these were composed in the 12th and 13th centuries
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After conducti more research and studies, Ayman decided to create her own initiative with a model that would suit women in Egypt, especially after discovering that Egypt has one of the highest divorce rates.
(36) Vox 5 characterizes the peasantry in these ways: "Inter quos plebis magis errat iniqua voluntas, / Sulcorum famulos estimo sepe reos" [A perverse will roves more among those of the commons, /1 rate servants of the plow often liable; 5.9.575-76] and "Hie loquitur eciam diuersis vulgi laborariis, qui sub aliorum / regimine conducti, variis debent pro bono communi operibus subiugari" [Here he also speaks of the various workers from the rabble, / hirelings under the charge of others who ought to be bound to their various tasks for the common good; 5.10.Rubric].
Mantica, Vaticanae lucubrationes de tacitis et ambiguis locati et conducti conventionibus in libros XXVII disperitae, vol.
Exiit primo mane etc--Primi conducti ad laborandum primo mane fuerunt primi parentes.