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Donatus

(dəʊˈnɑːtəs)
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1. (Biography) Aelius (ˈiːlɪəs). 4th century ad, Latin grammarian, who taught Saint Jerome; his textbook Ars Grammatica was used throughout the Middle Ages
2. (Biography) 4th century ad, bishop of Carthage; leader of the Donatists, a heretical Christian sect originating in N Africa in 311 ad
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Another study done by Olumuyiwa Eyitayo Pelemo, Donatus Sabageh, Akinwumi Oluwole Komolafe, Adedayo Olukemi Sabageh and William Olufemi Odesanmi [2] in Ile-Ife, Nigeria (OAUTHC) revealed similar results.
However, it is certainly run close by the chiaroscuro delights of the Miracle of Saint Donatus of Arezzo by Ribera (Fig.
Like Quintilian before him, Donatus thought ellipsis a "grammatical vice" (29).
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The authors highlight the Donatist Council of Bagai (394 CE) for accepting schismatic baptism, but surely the Council of 336 constituted a stunning breach of Cyprianic principles when Donatus received apostates (ex-Catholics) without the purifying rite of penance.
The well-paced contest was allowed to breathe, at least in the first half, by Lithuanian ref Donatus Rumsas -- in charge as part of an innovative Irish FA exchange.