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- noun astronomy Genitive form of
Normaused when naming stars, such as α Normae.
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See, by its Regulations (Normae) of 28 June, 1901, declares that it does not approve of congregations whose object is to render certain services in seminaries or colleges for male pupils, or to teach children or young people of both sexes; and it disapproves their undertaking the direct care of young infants, or lying-in women.
The Regulations (Normae) of 1901 require that sisters shall remain as postulants for a period varying from six months to a year.
Montyon; but in 452 he met with a reverse at Normae, and his army disbanded.
The Motu Proprio (the "law" in the strict sense) was accompanied by a series of practical and procedural Norms, known as "Normae de gravioribus delictis".
Constitutio Sapienti Consilio: Normae communes et peculiares in Acta