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“II, Const. dogm. de Ecclesia, Lumen gentium, 23; Conc.”
“Conc … consee … when u fink dat poor Africat haz been lying splorted for over harf an our, ai feelz rly horribul.”
“Specifically, given the differential equation for the “climate system” with Conc(CO2)=X, we could simulate many realizations based on random initial conditions and then compute a statistical description (mean, variance, etc.) of the climate for Conc(CO2)=X.”
“Conc: 100% of those sampled believe that all government ministers are liars.”
“The general council of Chalcedon calls him blessed, (Conc.t. 4, p. 840,) and”
“Conc.t. 6, p. 1462, and pope Adrian I., in his letter to Charlemagne in defence of holy images.”
“See Anastatius published by Bianchini; also Muratori and Labbé, Conc.t. 6, p. 1109.”
“(New York, 1893); Concilii plenarii Baltimorensis tertii, acta et decreta (Baltimore, 1886); Conc.provin. et plen.”
“A number of early and medieval synods have dealt with the administration of curators of ecclesiastical property, e.g. can. vii, Conc.”
“The older feast of the Conception of Mary (Conc. of St. Anne), which originated in the monasteries of Palestine at least as early as the seventh century, and the modern feast of the Immaculate Conception are not identical in their object.”
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