Donatus


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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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Hochstetler describes the various elements of monastic life--separation, communal living, poverty, obedience, etc.--with reference primarily to the prescriptions of Caesarius of Arles' Rule for nuns and Donatus of Besancon who made use of the Rule of Benedict when writing for the nuns of Jussamoutier.
Conservation through people, Donatus de Silva, Our Planet 6(5).
Donatus wrote a large and a small school grammar, Ars maiorand Ars minor.
Emeka Moses Nwachukwu (aka 'All Man,' aka 'Omalitoto,' FNU LNU, aka 'Donatus Izunwanne,' aka 'Izunwanne Donatus Chibuikem,' aka 'Deworlddonmax')
Donatus Ekwueme, the first author of the report and a senior health economist at the CDC in Atlanta, said the number of cancer survivors in the US "is projected to increase in the next decade".
Donatus Njoroge scooped the Global Innovation through Science and Technology (Gist Tech-1) 2019 Award, beating 23 other finalists.This was during the Global Entrepreneurship Congress held in Bahrain on April 17.Mr Njoroge's award includes $15,000 in seed capital and $50,000 as Amazon web services credit.
In the Upper East Region, our correspondent, William Jalulah quoted the Regional Director of Elections of the NDC, Donatus Nyaaba, as saying Mr.
It included a small panel depicting A Miracle of Saint Donatus ofArezzo (c.
Speaking to this paper Tuesday, 6 February, Evangelist Donatus S.
It very closely resembles Donatus' concise formulation: "Comoedia est fabula diversa instituta continens affectuum civilium ac privatorum, quibus discitur quid sit in vita utile, quid contra evitandum" (Donatus 67).
Despite the possibly inauthentic name of Hrabanus's treatise, his Excerptio is not simply an abridged version of Priscian, but a compilation of the presentations of prosody he had found in the grammatical writings of Late Antiquity; in this he relied not only on Priscian but also on Diomedes, Isidore, and, most notably, Donatus, whose Artes grammaticae provided him with the basic layout of his treatise.