Prolatum

Pro`la´tum


n.1.(Geom.) A prolate spheroid. See Ellipsoid of revolution, under Ellipsoid.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The opening of this text seems to echo the stoic distinction between verbum prophorikos (prolatum) and verbum endiathetos (interior) (Pohlenz vol.
150 asi disponia: <<Etsi sacra ordinatio, semel valide recepta, numquam irrita fiat, clericus statum clericalem amittit: 1 ipso iure, in casibus expressis; 2 sententia iudiciali aut decreto administrativo, ad normam canonis 151; 3 rescripto Apostolicae Sedis, ad instantiam ipsius clerici concesso; quod vero rescriptum diaconis ob graves tantum causas, presbyteris ob gravissimas causas atque nonnisi post congruum probationis tempus, ab Apostolica Sede, audito proprio clerici Ordinario, conceditur; 4 per decremm dimissionis e statu clericali ex officio ad normam iuris prolatum; 5 poena legitime irrogata quae dimissionem e statu clericali secumfert>>.
translates "Sicut ergo uerbum meum prolatum est sensui tuo, nec recessit a corde meo: sic illud uerbum prolatum est sensui nostro, nec recessit a patre quo" as "Just as my word, after being spoken, exists in your senses without leaving my mind, so the Word, when spoken, exists in the sense without leaving its father" (247); here even the theology of the Incarnation of the Word suffers from the odd translation.
Setosphaeria prolata, the ascigerous stage of Exserohilum prolatum. Mycologia, 66:281-297.
deinde ubi litus bis terque prolatum est et pelagus in alieno constitit, uelut amoto [dagg comminus procurrit aestus ex imo recessu maris.