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.
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.
JUAN Pablo II, Carta Apostolica Duodecimum Saeculum, 4-XII-87, AAS 80, 1988, 241-252.
[12] Olinescu, Marcel: 2001, Mitologie romaneasca, Saeculum LO., Bucuresti.