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(SEX Text) A nude photo of oneself. See sexting.
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Abstract: The principie enunciated in the title appears among the regulae iuris placed at the end of the Liber Sextus of Boniface VIII.
En 1138, il traduit le Zaelis fatidica ou Liber sextus astronomie de Saul ben Birschr et, en 1140, il acheve sa traduction du Maius introductorium d'Abu Ma'ashar en huit livres, qu'il dedie a son ami Robert de Ketton; en 1143, il dedie a Thierry de Chartres le Planisphera de Ptolemee a partir de la version de Maslama.
Weaver's edition of the Liber sextus adheres to the customarily high editorial standards that readers will find in other volumes of the Recent Researches in the Music of the Renaissance series.
1313), whom Juan Alfonso de Benavente praised as the best commentator on the Liber Sextus (Benavente, 72).
Con respecto ai Liber Sextus, el autor advierte que, ademas de contar con un numero relevante de presunciones, algunas de las 88 Regulae Iuris que contiene estan en estrecha relacion con las presunciones.
liber sextus (Antwerp: Hubert Waelrant & Jan de Laet, [1558]), not in RISM, Weaver no.
The second came to be known as the Corpus iuris canonici, made up of Gratian's Decretum (1140), the Liber extra of Gregory IX (1234), the Liber sextus of Boniface VIII (1298), and the Clementinae of Clement V (1314).
El adagio, tal como lo invoca Moro, no aparece en las fuentes del derecho romano, sino en el Corpus Iuris Canonici, concretamente en el titulo 12, del libro V, del llamado Liber Sextus de las Decretales dedicado a las regulae iuris.