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  • From De La Selva Su Web On [es] writes about a piece of news that appeared on the website of Radio La Voz de la Selva 93.9 fm about a naval ship that attacked the Napo indigenous community: espero que respeten los derechos humanos, después cuando se les va la mano dicen que ellos no lo hicieron y que la justicia es injusta.

    Global Voices in English » Peru: Indigenous Communities Continue Protests

  • El congresista añadió que la guerra contra México era injusta, pues nuestro país no la había provocado, y un gran error para Estados Unidos.

    200 a��os de Abraham Lincoln

  • Si examines, omnes miseriae causas vel a furioso contendendi studio, vel ab injusta cupiditate, origine traxisse scies.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ligas illum in terra; sed ut juste alliges vide; nam injusta vincula dirsumpit justitia.

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Judicia Dei occulta, non injusta: his secret counsel and just judgment, by which he spares some, and sore afflicts others again in this life; his judgment is to be adored, trembled at, not to be searched or inquired after by mortal men: he hath reasons reserved to himself, which our frailty cannot apprehend.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Em vez de acatar, de cabeça baixa, uma decisão injusta do seu partido, mandou-os dar uma volta e candidatou-se.

    As deprimentes eleições

  • Sunt qui ita dicunt, [111] imperia ejus injusta, superba, crudelia barbaros nequivisse pati; alii autem equites illos Gn. Pompeii veteres fidosque clientes voluntate ejus Pisonem aggressos; numquam

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Servi aera parati injusta imperia dominorum non perferunt; vos, Quirites, imperio nati, aequo animo servitutem toleratis?

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Primo quidem oportet ut non sit injusta; secundo quod non sit de cupiditate vel avaritia suspecta propter excessum; tertio quod non permittat labi substantiam propter defectum ...

    An Essay on Mediaeval Economic Teaching

  • GRETSER, De jure et more prohibendi expurgandi et abolendi libros hæreticos et noxios (Ingoldstadt, 1653); RAYNAUDUS, Erotemata de malis ac bonis libris deque justa aut injusta eorum confixione

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

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