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  • Fiduciary is a legal term that comes from the Latin word fiducia, which means trust.

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  • It is not solely "fiducia," -- a trust, affiance, or confidence.

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  • Con questo atto si desidera consolidare le reciproche relazioni di fiducia e intensificare e dare stabilità ai rapporti della Fraternità San Pio X con questa Sede Apostolica.

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  • Paraphrases on the gospels of John, Luke, and Mark frequently used phrases and terms such as sola fides and fiducia that were integral to Luther's theology, a tendency noted by the malevolent eye of the Paris theologian Noël Béda, who was determined to prove that Erasmus was really a Lutheran and concluded

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  • Aegri persuasio et fiducia, omni arti et consilio et medicinae praeferenda.

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  • Quodsi incommoda adversitatis infortunia hoc malum invexerint, his infractum animum opponas, Dei verbo ejusque fiducia te suffulcias, &c.,

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  • Valerius Maximus gives some very neat examples of this in his chapter on self-confidence, de fiducia sui.

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  • Valerius Maximus gives some very good examples of this in his chapter de fiducia sui.

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  • W. Jaeger, “Parrhesia et fiducia,” in Studia Patristica, I

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  • * [7835] Tantane nos tenuit generis fiducia vestri?

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  • confidence; trust; assurance

    July 30, 2009