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  • At this point, though, only three of the taxa appear to be valid, as Fabrosaurus is a nomen dubium.

    My Birth Dinosaur!

  • June 20th, 2008 at 12: 39 am haud dubium erat eam sententiam altius penetrare et arcana imperii temptari

    Bush Slanders Freedom « Blog

  • The lectotype of Episcoposaurus haplocerus is referable to Desmatosuchus but indeterminate at the species level, and therefore represents a nomen dubium.

    A detailed description of Desmatosuchus

  • But we would be able to resolve matters of generic membership: whether two genera are really synonymous for example (e.g. Tyrannosaurus and Tarbosaurus), and whether a nomen dubium represents something distinct, or is just a non-diagnostic remnant of another taxon.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Graecis hanc pestem relinquite quae dubium non est, quin brevi omnem iis vigorem ereptura Martiosque spiritus exhaustura sit; Ut ad arma tractanda plane inhabiles futuri sint.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Non est dubium, quin pro variorum situ, ac natura, magnas alimentorum sortiantur differentias, alibi suaviores, alibi lutulentiores.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The emergent and canopy layers are rich in tree species of Leguminosae (Peltophorum dubium), Meliaceae (Cedrella fissilis) and Apocynaceae (Aspidosperma pyricollum).

    Caatinga Enclaves moist forests

  • Consult St. Augustine, and he will tell you that in his time the marriages of believers with unbelievers were not considered illicit, because no gospel text had condemned them: “Quæ matrimonia cum in fidelibus, nostris temporibus, jam non putantur esse peccata; quoniam in Novo Testamento nihil inde preceptum est, et ideo aut licere creditum est, aut velut dubium derelictum.”

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • I derive said criteria not from Humanae Vitae or from any theologian's arguments in defense of it, but from Vatican I, Vatican II, and Ratzinger's CDF responsum ad dubium 1995 on JP2's Ordinatio Sacerdotalis.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • Regarding the criteria for ITOM, and beyond the magisterial texts cited by Kirby in his comment, the two most noteworthy are then-Cardinal Ratzinger's responsum ad dubium on Ordinatio Sacerdotalis and the current Code of Canon Law, §749.3.

    Archive 2006-10-01


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