Opusculum


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O`pus´cu`lum

    (ô`pŭs´kũ`lŭm)
n.1.An opuscule.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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El protagonismo del Espiritu Santo en la accion humana de Cristo y del cristiano, Siena: Cantagalli, 2012, 224-229, explica que [Texto irreproducible.] suele significar union fisico-natural, pero el Opusculum 6 la entiende como acuerdo intencional; Granados considera que [Texto irreproducible.] se diferencia de [Texto irreproducible.] porque la primera expresa la plasmacion interna del querer humano de Jesus, mientras que la segunda manifiesta la accion en la que se manifiesta ese querer humano.
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As it is possible to conclude from the preserved sources--among which are the books used in the school, such as the Verbiginale, about verbal morphology and prosody; the Opusculum Servioli, prosody manual; de Palencine Ars Dictandi, which contained letter models, and a prosody summary -, among all cathedrae, Grammar, with a great French and Catalan influence, was the outstanding one.
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Opusculum de mirabilibus novae et veteris urbis Romae.