Effects of Rhus tripartitum
fruit extract on CCl4-induced hepatotoxicity and cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity in rats.
bonum coniugale) autem tripartitum
est: fides, proles, sacramentam.
She shows how her text is "a combination of both the English Pechamite tradition and the French Opus Tripartitum
" (xii) that originated with Jean Gerson (1363-1421).
The epistemological core of Eckhart's problem has been encapsulated by Eckhart himself in the seemingly antagonistic formulations of deus in the first part of Quaestiones Parisienses and in the general prologue of Opus tripartitum
. In the background of this dilemma a question has been revealed about the analogical and univocal belongingness that had been pondered by Duns Scotus dominantly under the horizon of being but was given a different slant by Eckhart with his introduction of intellect as a source of univocal light (Mojsisch 1983:57 ff., Ruh 1989: 85).
/ Corola bilabiata; labium superius erec- / tum emarginatum; inferius tripartitum
/ lacinia intermedia amjori; filamenta pilosa / ex Peruvia / 8 / Nee iter>> [et.
Each of the cornerstones of that myth --the conquest of the Carpathian basin by Magyar tribes, the conversion to Christianity, the Golden Buli of 1222, the era of medieval "greatness," Istvan Werboczy's Tripartitum
, the Ottoman conquest and impact, Habsburg rule, but above all the Rakoczi rebellion, 1848, the Compromise of 1867, Trianon and the 1956 uprising--are subjected to a balanced critical analysis that does not seek to gloss over the ambivalences and complexities of each development.
Konzil von Lyon, seinem Opusculum tripartitum
Isolation and structure studies of a few natural compounds from the Tunisian plant Rhus tripartitum