Facient

Fa´cient


n.1.One who does anything, good or bad; a doer; an agent.
2.(Mach.) One of the variables of a quantic as distinguished from a coefficient.
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Sed hoc impossibile est hominibus possibile apud deum nec profecto falsum est verbum domini quod de credentibus in se dixit: Hec que ego facio et ipsi facient et maiora horum facient.
Vel certe ipsa plebs fidelis, quam ipsi eatenus ut aduenam exhorruerant, eis dilectione iungetur, quando duae illae uirgae quae fuerant in manu Ezechielis prophetae diuisae erunt in unionem (Ez 37:17), et secundum alium prophetam, Iuda et Israel facient sibi caput unum et ascendent de terra (Os 1:11).
81) Un valor similar y contrapuesto a los de los personajes republicanos tienen las palabras de Curion: tua nos faciet uictoria ciues (1,279), frente al facient te bella nocentem (2, 259), crimen erit superis et me fecisse nocentem (2, 288).
14 The original read: "Item firmarii tempore firmarum suarum vastum, venditionem, vel exilium non facient de domibus, boscis, vel hominibus, nec de aliquibus ad tenementa quae ad firmam habent spectantibus.
7) The second reason is that there is now an explicit and therefore much more pointed antithesis than in the current text; instead of a contrast between Cato and an object such as homines that is to be understood as the object of sollicitant, Cato is contrasted explicitly with the |proceres alios', just as Brutus contrasts him with alii in the same speech at 259 (|accipient alios, facient te bella nocentem') and, in a different form, at 264-6 (|quis nolet in isto / ense mori, quamvis alieno volnere labens, / et scelus esse tuum?
Missam celebrabit ebdomarius, b) Vna autem collecta potest sufficere ad matutinas et ad missam et ad uesperas, c) Sic et diem modo facient sacerdotes de festo beati lohannis, quia sacerdos fuit Iohannes, et pueri de festo Innocentum.