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Caelum

(see -lŭm) (Chisel) A small inconspicuous constellation in the southern hemisphere near Orion, the brightest stars being of 4th magnitude. Abbrev.: Cae; genitive form: Caeli; approx. position: RA 4.5h, dec –40°; area: 125 sq deg.

Caelum

[′sē·ləm]
(astronomy)
A southern constellation, right ascension 5 hours, declination 40°S. Abbreviated Cae. Also known as Chisel.
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Helias in caelum tantum- Paulus autem et in paradisum raptus erat.
XXIX, 1, 38: quis omnibusperspicaciter inquisitis, imperator cognitorum consultationi respondens, sub uno proloquio cunctos iubet occidi, et uix sine animorum horrore, funestum spectaculum multitudine innumera contuente, et onerante questibus caelum (namque singulorum mala omnium esse communia credebantur,) ducti uniuersi flebiliter iugulantur, praeter Simonidem--quem solum saeuus ille sententiae lator, efferatus ob constantiam grauem, iusserat flammis exuri.
When arrested, Caelum told officers he had been a heavy drugs user and had drug-related debts and had agreed to "carry out errands".
V/1, 76, 70-73: <<Et ex hoc non sequitur, quod caelum et motus eius sit simpliciter aeternum, sed quodammodo secundum tempus, sicut ostendimus in octavo Physicorum>>.
The galaxy NGC 1792 is situated up against the western boundary between Columba and Caelum, about halfway between NGC 1851 and the double star gamma Caelum, is located literally on the imaginary line separating the two constellations.
40: "Ac per hoc summam ac singularem omnium causam, sanctam dico trinitatem, aperte declaratam his verbis intellige: 'In principio fecit deus caelum et terram', patrem videlicet del nomine, verbumque eius principii appellatione, et paulo post spiritum sanctum ubi ait: 'Spirims dei superferebatur' (.
Then indeed a shout went up to heaven (in caelum clamore sublato) as the pagans gasped at the miracle (gentiles stupere miraculo), the monks wept for joy (monachi flere prae gaudio), and all with one accord acclaimed the name of Christ; and you may be sure that on that day salvation came to the region.
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4 metre high fencing was constructed using Troax's Caelum modular, steel mesh partitioning, providing complete physical protection for the open loading and unloading area at the warehouse where containers are constantly transferred in and out of the storage area.
The image of being borne up on eagles' wings appears again in the Song of Moses (Attende, caelum, Deut 32:11-12) in the very same context, the rescue from Egypt and the Lord's protection in the desert.