saeculum


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saeculum

(ˈsaɪkjʊləm)
n, pl -la (-lə)
(Astronomy) an age in astronomy
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6/4 A-T-B-V1 [-VI II, bc Confessio et magnificentia opus ejus: cents A, 2vli, bc et justitia ejus manet in saeculum saeculi.
Smith recommends "learning how to actively wait in the meantime of the saeculum." (34) Although he is certainly not a blind believer in liberal democracy as it has developed, his attitude toward liberal democracy is also not "fundamentally...
We live in a world where the secular and the religious exist side by side, where they might and should dialogue, and indeed where the denizens of a religious worldview also inhabit the saeculum. This is the post-secular frame of reference.
Additionally, the theory suggests there is a crisis every 80 to 90 years (a saeculum), which is the equivalent of a very long life.
Saeculum: Gedenkschrift fur Heinrich Otten anlasslich seines 100.
Estos sacerdotes formaban el clero secular, del latin saeculum, que significaba que vivian en el mundo, mientras que los frailes pertenecian al clero regular, basado en la palabra regla, que significaba que vivieron en un convento bajo las reglas de una de las ordenes religiosas.
Quintenz has been with Saeculum Capital Management, where he was a founder, managing principal and chief investment officer.
His bright and pithy Viognier, under the boutique Saeculum label, is lovely.
El primer bloque de contenidos, titulado <<Derecho y mujer durante el Saeculum Augustum>>, incluye dos aportaciones.
JUAN Pablo II, Carta Apostolica Duodecimum Saeculum, 4-XII-87, AAS 80, 1988, 241-252.
[12] Olinescu, Marcel: 2001, Mitologie romaneasca, Saeculum LO., Bucuresti.