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lay brother

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(Ecclesiastical Terms) a man who has taken the vows of a religious order but is not ordained and not bound to divine office
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Conversi, 2015: Marine regime shifts around the globe: Theory, drivers and impacts.
Thus, the title of a Latin translation of Heliodorus by the Hungarian Gyorgy, "Nunc Primum In Latinam Linguam Conversi", is remarkable, because it claims to be the first Latin translation, as if suggesting the translator did not know of Warschewiczki's first Latin translation, nor of Crusius' recent version.
This measure was deemed necessary as the conversi of contingent convertible bonds (CoCos) purchased by retail and institutional investors was insufficient to recapitalise the two banks and as a result affected this category of investors.
If youAaAaAeA{Ere unsure of the best use for containers, the ease of conversi means ephemeral workloads are usually a good target.
Ferri); y, por otro lado, la Orden de la Cartuja en la Toscana, tema en el que ya contaba con un libro titulado Priori, rettori, monoci e conversi nel monostero certosino del S.
Often known as conversi, these public sinners were ritually excluded from the Christian community, undertaking a penitential life of fasting, prayer, and almsgiving.
According to these studies (Dendrinos and Thorpe, 1985; Conides and Glamuzina, 2006; Rubio et al., 2005) the authors found different results for the optimum environmental conditions, which affect the growth rate, feeding ratio and food conversi on ratio.
co-producers, Fabio Conversi, Jerome Seydoux, Muriel Sauzay, Romain Le Grand, Vivien Aslanian, Stephen Woolley, Elizabeth Karlsen, David Kosse, Anne Walser.