Definitions

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  • adverb otherwise

Etymologies

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From Latin aliter ("otherwise"), from alius ("other").

Examples

  • In these small places of prayer -- magnificent remnants of the great project of reuniting Russian Orthodoxy to Rome, a project now almost forgotten -- the Russian liturgical tradition is celebrated according to the command of Pope St. Pius X, "nec plus nec minus nec aliter", a tremendous display of the richness and diversity rightly understood and practiced of Catholicism.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • "Nec plus, nec minus, nec aliter" does not refer to the Russian Rite, or rather, to the Nikonian Rite.

    Light from the East: The Russian Catholic Parish in Lyons, France

  • The observance by Russian Catholics of the Russian Orthodox liturgical tradition -- nec plus, nec minus, nec aliter, in the famed words of Pope St. Pius X -- was fully approved by the Catholic Church decades before Vatican II

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • In these small places of prayer -- magnificent remnants of the great project of reuniting Russian Orthodoxy to Rome, a project now almost forgotten -- the Russian liturgical tradition is celebrated according to the command of Pope St. Pius X, "nec plus nec minus nec aliter", a tremendous display of the richness and diversity rightly understood and practiced of Catholicism.

    Light from the East: The Russian Catholic Parish in Lyons, France

  • Cum innumera illius beneficia rependere non posset aliter, interfici jussit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Qui nihil unquam mali aut dixit, aut fecit, aut sensit, qui bene semper fecit, quod aliter facere non potuit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • “Those who know what the law demands (aliter things right and just) concerning men.”

    Memorabilia

  • Principibus et doctoribus deliberandum relinquo, ut arguantur auctorum furta et milies repetita tollantur, et temere scribendi libido coerceatur, aliter in infinitum progressura.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Or, “upon the strand or coast road or coast land of Achaia” [aliter ten aigialon (?) the Strand of the Corinthian Gulf, the old name of this part of Achaia].

    Hellenica

  • Discutit Sol horrorem crassi spiritus, mentem exhilarat, non enim tam corpora, quam et animi mutationem inde subeunt, pro coeli et ventorum ratione, et sani aliter affecti sini coelo nubilo, aliter sereno.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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  • JM utters 'aliter!'

    October 26, 2010