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  • [46] "Significat autem effusionis verbum largam et divitem muneris abundantiam; itaque cum unus quis alicubi aut duo Spiritum Sanctum accipiant non dicitur, ` Effundam de Spiritu meo, 'sed tunc quando in universas gentes munus Spiritus Sancti redundaverit."

    Pneumatologia

  • * Significat autem effusionis verbum largam et divitem muneris abundantiam; itaque cum unus quis alicubi aut duo Spiritum Sanctum accipiant non dicitur, ` Effundam de Spiritu meo, 'sed tunc quando in universas gentes munus Spiritus Sancti redundaverit.

    Pneumatologia

  • * Significat autem effusionis verbum, largam, et divitem muneris abundantiam; itaque cum unus quis alicubi, aut duo Spiritum Sanctum accipiunt, non dicitur, ` Effundam de Spiritu meo, 'sed tunc, quando in universas gentes munus Spiritus Sancti redundaverit.

    Pneumatologia

  • Pluribus quippe adminiculis opus est ad tuendam pretiosae supellectilis uarietatem, uerumque illud est permultis eos indigere qui permulta possideant contraque minimum qui abundantiam suam naturae necessitate non ambitus superfluitate metiantur.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • And this reason is touched when it is said in the collect: Desideratam nobis tuæ propitiationis abundantiam multiplicatis intercessoribus largiaris: Lord, give to us by the multiplied prayers of all thy saints the desired abundance of thy debonairly.

    The Golden Legend, vol. 6

  • _Laus summa in fortunae bonis, non extulisse se in potestate, non fuisse insolentem in pecuniâ, non se praetulisse aliis propter abundantiam fortunae.

    The Prose Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D. — Volume 09 Contributions to The Tatler, The Examiner, The Spectator, and The Intelligencer

  • Et quemadmodum in annonæ summa ubertate, cum viderunt urbium incolæ majorem quam usus habitatorum postulat esse proventum, ad peregrinas etiam urbes transmittunt: cum & suam comitatem & liberalitatem ostendant, tum ut præter horum abundantiam cum facilitate res quibus indigent rursus ab illis sibi comparent: sic & Ægyptii, quod attinet ad religionis athletas, fecerunt.

    Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John

  • * Febres oriri docuitV 'fi aequiljbrio, quodinter ipiritum kfteriarUm & fanguinem ve - narum efle debet, per abundantiam ianguinis, aut quamcunque Qaufam aliam, fublatq, fanguis ih arterias tranfiret: fi vero fangtiis, qW in arte -

    Institutiones historiae medicinae

  • Emifa Colonia Mejbpotamiae y in arca A. Genius Emifac, vel mulier turrita patrio Iiabitu fedens, d. fpicas te - nety ad abundantiam frumcnti de - notandam, antc ara.

    Lexicon vniversae rei nvmariae vetervm et praecipve Graecorvm ac Romanorvm: cvm observationibvs ...

  • It may, however, be superadded ad abundantiam, as, e.g. the confirmation of the Council of Chalcedon by Leo I. o The necessary consent of the Apostolic See may also be presumed when, as generally at the Council of Trent, the legates have personal instructions from the pope on each particular question coming up for decision, and act conformably, i.e. if they allow no decision to be taken unless the pope's consent has previously been obtained.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 4: Clandestinity-Diocesan Chancery

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