Pluries


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Plu´ri`es


n.1.(Law) A writ issued in the third place, after two former writs have been disregarded.
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--iurisprudentia rotalis, quasi decretum rotale de quo par non sit iurispradentiae communi et constanti Rotae Romanae; nam ipsum decretum rotale coram Colagiovanni, die 12 octobris 1993 in una Camdensi latum atque a Cl.ma Rev.ma Z Patrona pluries relatum, quin constituat iurisprudentia rotalis, principium servat quod dein in articulo 231 praefatae Instructionis sancitur, iuxta quod violatio praescripti can.
("[M]aior est consensus quam si esset sic inter plures et pluries
(61.) The first commercial sale of Munich duplicates was Catalogus Librorum qui in Bibliotheca regia Monacensi bis aut pluries exstant quorumque statuta Auctionis lege venditiofiet Calendis Novembris et proximis post eas diebus an.
Joseph (Quamquam pluries, 15 August 1889) in which he urged all families to pray to St.
In 1889Pope Leo XIII issued the encyclical Quamquam Pluries in which he urged Catholics to pray to Saint Joseph, as the patron of the Church in view of the challenges.