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Canonicus

(kənŏn`ĭkəs), c.1565–1647, Native North American chief, who ruled the Narragansett when the Pilgrims landed in New England. He granted (1636) Rhode Island to Roger WilliamsWilliams, Roger,
c.1603–1683, clergyman, advocate of religious freedom, founder of Rhode Island, b. London. A protégé of Sir Edward Coke, he graduated from Pembroke College, Cambridge, in 1627 and took Anglican orders.
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 and because of William's influence remained friendly to the settlers, despite their aggressive ways.
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Abbas beati Martini, SCILICET REX FRANCIAE, est canonicus de consuetudine et habet parvam proebendam quam habet sanctus Venantius, et debet sedere in sede thesaurarii
Entre otras cosas escribio: <<PLACET: a) quod insistitur super vocationem universalem ad sanctitatem, etiam pro laicis; quod etiam in legibus et praescriptionibus apparere debet; b) quod legislator canonicus intendit dignitatem aequalem omnium chistianorum agnoscere et iura laicorum tueri; imo quod illa iura dynamice concipiantur et promoveantur.
Nueve barcos fueron construidos, cuyas velocidades medidas fueron: Canonicus 9 nudos; Catwaba (luego 'Atahualpa') 5 nudos; Mahopac 6,3 nudos a 5/8 potencia max.
65): 'Neque vero Turonensis ecclesia uel Locensis, ubi ad pedes meos magistri tui discipulorum minimus tam diu resedisti, aut Bizuntina ecclesia, in quibus canonicus sum, extra mundum sunt, quae me omnes et venerantur et fovent, et quae dico, discendi studio libenter accipiunt.
1r: Didacus Lopez de Cortegana, archidiaconus et canonicus Ecclesie Hispalensis, posuit librum hunc in bibliotheca (fig.
Sententia Philippi IV, regis Francorum, de bonis custodiendis cujusdam scholaris Parisiensis, qui erat canonicus Paris, exorta super hoc contentione inter capitulum Parisiense et Universitatem Paris.
On August 1, 1864, they were transported aboard the gunship Canonicus to Jacksonville, Florida, and then marched west to Baldwin with three white infantry units--destroying railroad tracks along the way.
9) February 1515: "Baptista Casalius canonicus Lateranensis deputatus ad decantandum evangelium in lingua greca in capella S.
See Henri Le Bran, Archidiaconus, sive de archidiaconorum dignitate et officiis, tractatus canonicus (Rouen: Lallemant, 1659), particularly 92-179.
Briefe Benedicts XIV an den Canonicus Francesco Peggi in Bologna (1727-1758).