1 Body surface of contracted animal subdivided into triangular areas by prominent, dominating grooves radiating from pallium
The word "eadem" here refers to the previous topic in the letter, the confirmation of the pallium
upon the bishop of Rouen (which, according to the division of the Frankish kingdom of 742, lay in Carloman's territory), and those of Rheims and Sens (Pippin's).
India does have a strong emphasis on integrating clinical practice with theory.
EMBL scientists have found brain structures related to the vertebrate pallium
in a very distant cousin - the marine ragworm Platynereis dumerilii, a relative of the earthworm - which last shared an ancestor with us around 600 million years ago.
etsi rustico mulierique placebat permutatio, advocati tamen [iam pene] nocturni, qui volebant pallium
lucri facere, flagitabant uti apud se utraque deponerentur ac postero die iudex querellam inspiceret.
Max Roberts brings his extensive investment experience to PIM, which will translate into tremendous value for investors in our credit derivative product company, Pallium
Finance," said Flavio Bartmann, Chief Executive Officer, PIM.
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He began to attend to this situation as early as October 1877 by obtaining nominations from his suffragan bishops even before receiving the pallium
He is to receive the pallium
- a scarf conferred by the Pope on archbishops as a badge of office.
L' auteur presente d'abord l'origine socio-familiale et la formation academique de l'eveque; il enumere ensuite les diverses etapes de son episcopat (dates de nomination, du sacre, de la reception du pallium
, de l'attribution de titres supplementaires, etc.
On the other hand, as the traveller is leaving the chapel he asks to see the famed pallium
13) This blatant shift in Christ's identity reappears in a fifteenth-century Visitatio from Coutances in which, upon hearing from Mary that she is seeking the Lord, Christ withdraws and, quickly returning without his gardener's disguise, wears instead a silk cloak or pallium
("capa serica vel pallio serico") and holds a cross.