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  • Every day media coverage of the Obama administration's stimulus package (s) and efforts to revive the economy is primarily negative in regards to bonuses, bailouts to irresponsible financial institutio ... digg

    Jonathan A. Schein: Good News? Is This Possible?

  • Every day media coverage of the Obama administration's stimulus package (s) and efforts to revive the economy is primarily negative in regards to bonuses, bailouts to irresponsible financial institutio ...

    Jonathan A. Schein: Good News? Is This Possible?

  • Et 3. de repub. omnis institutio adolescentum eo referenda ut de deo bene sentiant ob commune bonum.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Unfortunately, the proximity of those two institutio...

    The Politically Incorrect Guide to Darwinism and Intelligent Design Review - The Panda's Thumb

  • Man, Calvin argued, is utterly corrupt, from head to toe (Christianae re - ligionis institutio, II, 1, 8).

    PERFECTIBILITY OF MAN

  • The real total being of the orator is here the center of attention: the treatise is an institutio since it aims to form and educate the orator; his education will pursue two goals, the production of the “good man” and the provision of those kinds of knowledge and those techniques that will make him “skilled in speaking.”

    RHETORIC AFTER PLATO

  • CATECHISMUS sive prima institutio disciplinaque pietatis Christianæ Latine explicatæ.

    Notes and Queries, Number 62, January 4, 1851

  • The institutio tituli collativa (that which gives the title), sometimes also called verbalis (which may be by word of mouth or by writing, as distinguished from the institutio corporalis, or realis), is the act by which an ecclesiastical authority confers a benefice on

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • In its strictest sense the word denotes the collation of an ecclesiastical benefice by a legitimate authority, on the presentation of a candidate by a third person (institutio tituli collativa).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • In some places custom has even done away with the institutio corporalis properly so called; the rights inherent to the putting in possession are acquired by the new titular to the benefice by a simple visit to his benefice, for instance, to his parish, with the intention of taking possession thereof, provided such visit is made with the authority of the bishop, thus precluding the possibility of self-investiture.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

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