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“It can be given in two ways: (1) In the forum internum, that is, for the sin and hidden censure.”
“In discussions we normaly only speak about the forum externum and not the forum internum so if we speak of "somebody committed a sin" it is to be presumed that we only want to speak about the objective level, so materialiter speaking, because it is not ours to judge the forum internum.”
“This authority, it must be insisted once more, is not of the external, overriding kind; always it makes itself felt through the testimonium spiritus sancti internum working through the quickened insight of the hearer.”
“Nilus id efficit, amnium in internum mare permeantium maximus.”
“Septemtrione fretum Herculis et mare internum; Ab Ortu primo”
“Melilla ad mare internum conspicua urbs Hispano paret.”
“Much changed when the locus of penance shifted and the forum externum was replaced by the forum internum, i.e., when the treatment of sinners became more private and less formal.”
“The sacred sense, indeed, of the words and expressions is the internum formale sacrum, or that wherein the holiness of the Scripture doth consist; but the writing itself in the original languages, in the words chosen and used by the Holy Ghost, is the externum formale of the holy Scripture, and is materially sacred.”
“Langenbeck states that the fascia is constantly protruded as a covering to this hernia: "Quia hernia inguinalis interna non in canalis abdominalis aperturam internam transit, tunicam vaginalem communem intrare nequit; parietem autem canalis abdominalis internum aponeuroticum, in quo fovea inguinalis interna, et qui ex adverso annulo abdominali est, ante se per annulum trudit.”
“The upper part, or filum terminale internum, measures about 15 cm. in length and reaches as far as the lower border of the second sacral vertebra.”
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