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“On April 29, without previous consultation with his new Ministry, the Pope issued the famous "Allocution," in which he declared that he had despatched his troops northward only for the defence of the Papal dominions, and that it was far from his intentions to join with the other Italian princes and peoples in the war against Austria.”
“Imagine that when I stand before the Court to express my guilt (we lawyers call that an Allocution), that I say that I acknowledge that allowing the bullet to project from the gun in my hand into the deceased's body was a mistake and that I regret that the victim died of lead poisoning from the projectile.”
“The Right of Allocution allows a defendant to make a statement to the Court without being put underoath.”
“ Pedro Arrupe, "On the Allocution of His Holiness, John Paul II, and the annual letters of January 1980," Jesuit Curia Generalis, 79/14, October 19, 1979, pages 3 and 4.”
“This Allocution calls to mind Spain's last struggle with Mexico.”
“On the other side, far richer in poetic imagination and religious fervour, is the Allocution of the Archbishop of Madrid-Alcalá published in Madrid on the day hostilities commenced.”
“Allocution of the Archbishop of Madrid to the Spanish army.”
“Allocution is a solemn form of address or speech from the throne employed by the Pope on certain occasions.”
“Allocution to the Consistory, and on 22 April, 1863, in a letter to the tsar, Pius IX demanded that justice and equity be no longer violated.”
“Holy See could no longer remain silent in the presence of this violence, and in his Allocution to the solemn Consistory of 22 July,”
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