tenendum


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tenendum

(tɪˈnɛndəm)
n
(Law) law the part of a deed that specifies the terms of tenure
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48) Archbishop Henry Edward Manning and some other bishops objected to this formula on the grounds that the term de fide tenendum would limit the object of papal infallibility to revealed truth.
4: <<Pro certo ergo tenendum quod leges civiles obligant ad culpam>>.
253, instituere de nobis quid in perpetuum tenendum sit nobis.
Tengase en cuenta que Ockham sostiene el fideismo: "secundum omnes Sanctos, ad tenendum talem finem nobis esse possibilem requiritur fides, sed si posset naturaliter probari non esset fides necessaria", Sent.
pro tantis querimoniosis non abebat unde conponendum tantum iniquitatis quod factas abebat, rogaturus fuit cum omnium nostrum concilium toga palatii inkartandum nobis suas billas quos ganavit sub nostras manus in ipsis maiordomadicus qui de nobis tenendum.