absit

absit

(ˈæbsɪt)
n
formal permission for a student to be absent from university for a short period
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"Absit," said the doctor; "far from us be any such base thought!
This is called absit, a dough enhancer, and it is mixed with the rest in the fermentation vat [9, 20].
En el derecho romano, esta institucionalidad es considerada en forma de ausencia (18), entendiendola como el alej amiento del individuo de su propio domicilio acompanado por ciertas circunstancias que generan la duda razonable de si estuviera vivo o muerto: "ita absit ut ignoretur ubi sit et an sit" (19); sin embargo no esta presente una teoria general entendida como un conj unto de normas que constituyan una institucional idad organica (20).
71v, just after a text on what to do if, as a priest, one has an accident with the host ("Si aperta quod absit neglicencia de corpore aut sanguine Christi acciderit")
Yardley has 'May I not tempt providence, but the line of this same house will prolong the conditions of this age, for ever, I pray (Absit modo invidia, excipiet 9.6).
Reescribire las dos ultimas frases de la cita del De Civitate Dei, tal como las encontramos en el dialogo escotista, en latin: "In tanta facilitate rerum et facilitate hominum, absit ut suspicemur non potuisse prolem seri sine libidinis morbo.
(K 143 vv.5-8) Verse five alludes to a phrase in the Institutio oratoria where Quintilian discourages the use of humor against friends and disavows the perverse proposal sooner to lose a friend than a joke: "longe absit illud propositum, potius amicum quam dictum perdendi" (6.3.28).
Sed absit, quod potentia Dei fulciatur fundamento materiae.
18, 1: "existimo te in exigendo non solum bonam /idem, sed etiam diligentiam praestare debere, id est non solum ut a te dolus malus absit, se l etiam ut culpa".