pontific

pontific

(pɒnˈtɪfɪk)
adj
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) ecclesiast relating to a priest or pope
2. (Civil Engineering) civil engineering obsolete relating to a bridge
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Professor at Pontific Catholic University (Campinas, SP Brazil).
In addition, all AUSJAL students at Pontific Universidad Javierana spend a week living inside a vulnerable community in Bogota, and then later collaborate with residents in a social service project.
Then in the long unamaze Quentin seemed to watch them overrun suddenly the hundred square miles of tranquil and astonished earth and drag house and formal gardens violently out of the soundless Nothing and clap them down like cards upon a table beneath the up-palm immobile and pontific, creating the Sutpen's Hundred, the Be Sutpen's Hundred like the oldentime Be Light.
Carvalho (Pontific Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil) who confirmed the taxonomic identification of the froghoppers species.
1 to 5 subjects : University of Alcala, University of Almeria, Autonomous University of Madrid, University of Burgos, University of Girona, Camilo Jose Cela University, University of Castilla la Mancha, Saint Vincent Martyr Catholic University of Valencia, University of the Basque Country, Pablo de Olavide University, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canarias, University de Leon, University of Lleida, University of Malaga, University of Murcia, National University of Distance Education, Open University of Catalonia, Pontific University of Salamanca, Universidad Ramon Llull, Rovira i Virgili University, University of Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela University, University of Valencia-General Studies.
The historical contributions of the Catholic Church in the progress of science such as the Vatican Observatory (1891) 'Pontific Academy of Science' (1936) and contributions of Catholic clergy like George Lamaiter (Big Bang Theory) Mendel (Genetic theory) etc.
Invited to present at 18th International Conference of Finance at Namur, BELGIUM (25th-28th June 2001), at Florida International University, Florida, USA (26th September 2001), discussed with FIU Finance faculty at Luncheon presentation, Florida, USA (27th September 2001), at Pontific Catholic University of Rio de Janerio, Rio de Janerio, BRAZIL (22ra October 2001).
Denomy, "Javens: The Nation of Youth among the Troubadours, its Meaning and Source' Medieval Studies, XI, Pontific Institute, 1949, pp.
Miss Rosa's voice calls Sutpen's ghost into being (crucially, perhaps, in Quentin's mind, but also in ours), and Sutpen's ghost, with "up-palm immobile and pontific," creates Sutpen's Hundred, "the Be Sutpen's Hundred like the oldentime Be Light" (AA 4).