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A common eating room in a monastery.
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This is not how you treat winners," said Filipino Paulo Hicban who led team Fratres Ad Vitam.
(39) Por ejemplo: <<quomodo debeant fratres in itinere opus dei complere>>.
En igual sentido, se establece un control de precios aludiendo a otro rescripto en el texto de Marciano sobre los iudicispublicis, D.50.1.8: non debere cogi decuriones, viluspraestare frumentum civibus suis, quam annona exagit, Divi Fratres rescripserunt...
Si notre vertu, nos vices, notre suffisance et science, et ce meme discours que nous faisons de la force des astres, et cette comparaison d'eux a nous, elle vient, comme juge notre raison, par leur moyen et de leur faveur, furit alter amore,/ Et pontum tranare potest et vertere Trojam,/Alterius sors est scribendis legibus apta,/ Ecce patrem nati perimunt, natosque parentes,/Mutuaque armati coeunt in vulnera fratres,/ Non nostrum hoc bellum est, coguntur tanta movere,/Inque suas ferri paenas,/ lacerandaque membra,/ Hoc quoque fatale est, sic ipsum expendere fatum ...
Rizal incised on its base the words 'Orate fratres!' (Pray Brothers!), giving us a hint as to the satirical sculpture's title.
(76) Caritatis brachiis subiectos ut fratres amplexatur, moderationis limitibus clauditur.
Composer Arvo Prt's music is celebrated with solo strings and singers in varied combinations will take you on a candle-lit journey featuring "Stabat Mater," "Fratres," "Wallfahrtsleid" and "Missa Syllabica;" tickets are $25, $20 for seniors, and available at the door.
183-194), que proporciona una revision y un importante compendio bibliografico de los trabajos realizados en los sectores funerarios de diferentes ciudades del Estrecho, no solo en Baelo sino tambien en Carteia, Traducta, Septem Fratres y Tingi.
Peano, Arithmetices Principia, Nova Methodo Exposita, Fratres Bocca, 1889.
Buc argues that from its origins, 'Christendom struggles simultaneously against physical enemies outside, against vices inside the human being and against vicious men inside Christendom--for instance, resident Jews, false brethren (falsi fratres, see Galatians 2.
It features Barry Guy's Buss, Orlando Gough's Birds on Fire and Arvo Part's Fratres. Pre-concert talk at 6.45pm.