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Chess a display in which one player plays a number of opponents at once, walking from board to board
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Adeoque spatia SC et nC erunt in illa ratione idque continuo donec utrumque simul in nihilum evanescat.
The second line down from the top, for example, should read when expanded: "In eo dum congregarentur omnes simul adversum me" (from Psalm 30; my italics mark the expansion of abbreviation marks).
Caught between his commitment to sola fide and simul iustus et peccator on the one hand, and his claim, on the other, that God had saved the elect to do the works for which God had prepared them, Chemnitz made a good case for the Third Use of the Law, but left confused the individual's motivation to fulfill that Law.
9] [ohmio] Tabla 2--Ensayo y simulacion de corto circuito trifasico subito--Reactancias de eje directo Xd(pu) % Vn ENSAYO SIMUL % ERROR 25 1.
Paradigmatic of this dialectic framework is the phrase simul justus et peccator.
Possibili autem posito non sequitur impossibile; sequeretur enim duo opposita esse simul, quod est impossibile.
Both men held a doctrine of simul iustus et peccator, but while Zinzendorf had the static Lutheran view of humankind remaining sinful, Wesley held a dynamic view, namely, that the believer was gradually changed into actual holiness by the power of the Holy Spirit.
The Lattice Boltzmann Method (LBM) has developed as a promising method for simul ation of flow in microporous arbitrary geometries.
The Latin reads as follows: "Interea, quemadmodum haud possum omnibus assentiri quae dicta sunt, alioqui ab homine citra controversiam eruditissimo simul et return humanarum peritissimo, ita facile confiteor permulta esse in Utopiensium republica quae in nostris civitatibus optarim verius quam sperarim" (Logan, Adams, and Miller, eds.
quo simul intravit sacroque a corpore pressum ingemuit limen, eqs.
Dona pro Phrygibus a suo populo missus Apollini portabat, simul consuluit de regno rebusque suis.