Plene


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(plēn)
a.1.Full; complete; plenary.
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1536 [seccion] 2; entiende que <<il giudice cerca di raggiungere la certezza necessaria valutando le dichiarazioni giudiziali delle parti insieme ad altre prove ed elementi probatori>>; cuando de ese conjunto no le resultase la prueba suficiente (nisi probationes aliunde plene habeantur) entonces recurrira a otros indicios, adminiculos y en lo posible a testimonios de credibilidad (32).
In response to news of Magellan's discovery of a strait at the southern tip of South America he re-drew his conjectural antarctic continent and re-named it TERRA AVSTRALIS RECENTER INVENTA AT/ NONDUM PLENE COGNITA (Southern land recently discovered but not fully known).
He also suggests that this emphasis may be the reason why Jerusalem here is spelled plene, with all the letters vav and yod, something rare in the Tanakh.
Accent in Hittite: A Study in Plene Spelling, Consonant Gradation, Clitics, and Metrics
New editions by Julie Buffalohead, Jim Hodges, Aaron Spangler, and Mungo Thomson Works In progress by Sarah Crowner, Jay Helkes, and Do Ho Suh Additional editions by Carlos Amorales, Carter, Willie Cole, Sarah Crowner, Santiago Cucullu, Mary Esch, Rob Fischer, Adam Helms, Joel Janowltz, Cameron Martin, Clarence Morgan, Lisa Nankivil, Todd Norsten, Chloe Plene, Jessica Rankin, David Rathman, and Carolyn Swlszcz
Qui infra dimidium annum plene dentatus, ad staturam ascendit adolescentis xvi.
Kalvarisky's diary, written in the authentic Hebrew of the late nineteenth century, was copied here verbatim but, to facilitate reading, I often used the plene spelling instead of the defective spelling.
11% Total 09 09 Table 4: Complications Related to Sutures Complications Polypropy plene Silicon rod No.
Ad quorum quaedam plene cognoscenda possibile est homini pervenire per viam rationis etiam in statu huius vitae.
Tanta est enim divinae Scripturae profunditas, ut non solum simplices et illitterati, sed etiam prudentes et docti non plene sufficient ad ipsius intelligentiam indagandam.
Very significant is the annotation "Recenter inventa sed nondum plene cognita" (Recently discovered [i.
4] Et haec penes me causa praecipua hunc assumendi laborem, ut ego, qui vitam corporis et animae a Deo mihi conservatam recognosco per ipsum et virtutem eius in me ipso expertus agnovi, [5] vitae illius virtutes, actus et verba quasi fragmenta quaedam, partim neglecta partimque dispersa, quamquam plene non possem, utcumque colligerem, ne, morientibus his qui cum famulo Dei convixerant, deperirent (cfr.