Did you perchance mean detritus?
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“It is an art, please note, closely related to ethics, for those same theorists described the truly successful orator as vir bonus dicendi peritus -- a good man, skilled in public speaking.”
“Ah, yes, BadReligion transmogrified as theological peritus.”
“Ratzinger, was a liberal peritus and a close associate of Rahner.”
“He attended all the sessions of the Second Vatican Council, as a peritus, or theological adviser, working for Cologne's Cardinal Josef Frings.”
“Appointed a peritus, or theological adviser, at the council, Murphy contrived to have his observations published as a "Letter From Vatican City" in The New Yorker.”
“I must now put some queries to you, as to a juris publici peritus, which I am sure you can answer me, and which I own I cannot answer myself; they are upon a subject now much talked of.”
“As I take you to be the greatest juris peritus and politician of the whole Germanic body, I suppose you will have read the King of”
“A peritus at Vatican II along with Ratzinger, whom he had headhunted from the University of Münster's theological faculty for that of Tübingen a few years earlier, Küng is probably the best-known of the "progressive" theologians who dominated, if not the Council's deliberations themselves, at least its interpretation in the two or three decades that followed.”
“The Latin periculum, akin to peritus, “experiment,” means “risk.””
“They described him to me as vir bonus, bene strangulando peritus; but Mr. Cole, who knew him personally, gave him a high character for generosity and freedom from fanaticism.”
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