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gladiator

(in ancient Rome and Etruria) a man trained to fight in arenas to provide entertainment
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Paul VI, Apostolic Constitution Regimini ecclesiae universae (August 15, 1967) introduction: "Hue accedit, ut Congregationum Praepositi et Membra, sive Cardinales sive Episcopi, et Consultores in posterum nonnisi ad quinquennium assumentur, licet eiusmodi munus iis possit Summi Pontificis iudicio prorogari.
Noting that Pope Benedict XVI's exhortation Africae Munus said the church "has the duty to contribute to the recognition and the liberation of women," Sr.
Of the work is not novo opere multo commodius ac credible, why are you accustomed to certius id munus obire potuisset?
On the subject of deities, Jupiter supposedly provides Lucius escape from ass form by supplying a bed of roses for him to chew but this is really a figure of speech, 3,29, as is the fortunae munus, gift of fortune, at 9,2.
Kaiser's lengthy, but well-researched paper devoted to this subject discussed the triplex munus or threefold ministry of Christ.
The rubric of the threefold office of Christ as priest, prophet, and king (the triplex munus or the tria munera) can be found throughout LG.
where this form is to be added), eventually said of "strung bow(s)" in the present context with mention of MUNUS [.
That point surfaced in a document Benedict presented titled Africae Munus, or "Africa's Commitment," representing the conclusions from a 2009 Synod of Bishops for Africa.
17) Sulla potenza della grazia di contro all'insufficienza umana si legga: "Sed te de tantis errorum tenebris eduxit repentina mutatio dextere Excelsi; ego sensim multisque laboribus assurgo, credout intelligi detur nullum hic adminiculum literarum, nullum opus ingenii, sed totum Del munus esse, qui forte et michi manum porriget imbecillitatem meato ingenue confitenti" ("Ma te da tanta tenebra d'errore libero l'improvviso intervento della mano di Dio; io invece lentamente e con moita fatica mi sollevo, credo perche si sappia che a nulla valgono argomenti di dottrina, ne sapere d'ingegno, ma tutto e dono di Dio, il quale forse dara aiuto anche a me che umilmente confesso la mia impotenza," Familiari X, 3; Petrarca, Prose 922, 923).
Et quamvis omnia quae ad literarum studia qualitercunque pertinent per se clara honestaque sint, fieri tamen non potest quin Iurisconsulti quam sustineo persona professoriumque munus aliqua ex parte me retrahant.