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  • The description of that of 1485 is written by another eye-witness, the Commandeur de Bourbon, to whom "ma semble bon et condecent a raison declairer premierement les causes qui out incite mon poure et petit entendement a faire cest petit oeuvre."

    Sea-Wolves of the Mediterranean E. Hamilton Currey

  • And Augustine in one instance gives a rational account why it was condecent unto divine wisdom that the Son, and not the Father or the Holy Spirit, should be incarnate — which we also inquire into: (Lib. de Definitionibus Orthodoxæ Fidei sive de

    Christologia 1616-1683 1965


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  • The term, condecent, signifies becoming, appropriate, meet (OED).

    September 23, 2015