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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In ichthyology, the pterygoid, a small bone connecting the palatine with the quadrate.

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  • In discussions we normaly only speak about the forum externum and not the forum internum so if we speak of "somebody committed a sin" it is to be presumed that we only want to speak about the objective level, so materialiter speaking, because it is not ours to judge the forum internum.

    Tissier de Mallerais speaks The details of the doctrinal talks

  • So this usage seems to be ok - otherwise you were not at all allowed to utter the sentence "sb. comitted a sin" in such discussions about the forum externum.

    Tissier de Mallerais speaks The details of the doctrinal talks

  • Much changed when the locus of penance shifted and the forum externum was replaced by the forum internum, i.e., when the treatment of sinners became more private and less formal.

    CASUISTRY

  • * Possunt quidem controversiae ad externum forum deferri, et ibi definiri; sed conscientia in eo foro non acquiescit, non enim potest conscientia sedari sine Spiritu sancto: [5766] 1

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • And first, to the first, -- of their being confuted: "Possunt quidem controversiae ad externum forum deferri, et ibi definiri; sed conscientia in eo foro non acquiescit, non enim potest conscientia sedari sine Spiritu sancto."

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • The sacred sense, indeed, of the words and expressions is the internum formale sacrum, or that wherein the holiness of the Scripture doth consist; but the writing itself in the original languages, in the words chosen and used by the Holy Ghost, is the externum formale of the holy Scripture, and is materially sacred.

    Pneumatologia

  • (Gruber), origin back of fibula between the brevis and the Flexor hallucis, insertion into the peroneal spine of the calcaneum, (peroneocalcaneus externum), or less frequently into the tuberosity of the cuboid (peroneocuboideus).

    IV. Myology. 8c. The Muscles and Fasciæ of the Leg

  • The lower part, or filum terminale externum, is closely invested by, and is adherent to, the dura mater; it extends downward from the apex of the tubular sheath and is attached to the back of the first segment of the coccyx.

    IX. Neurology. 3. The Spinal Cord or Medulla Spinalis

  • The external urethral orifice (orificium urethræ externum; urinary meatus) is placed about 2.5 cm. behind the glans clitoridis and immediately in front of that of the vagina; it usually assumes the form of a short, sagittal cleft with slightly raised margins.

    XI. Splanchnology. 3d. 5. The External Organs

  • The external urethral orifice (orificium urethræ externum; meatus urinarius) is the most contracted part of the urethra; it is a vertical slit, about 6 mm. long, bounded on either side by two small labia.

    XI. Splanchnology. 3b. 4. The Male Urethra

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