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- adj. pure, undefiled, chaste
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pure; undefiled.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pure; undefiled.
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Lastly, this commandment conveys the obligation to dissent from, and reject, every superstition and every error, requiring us to preserve pure and intemerate the adoration due to the Supreme Being, who, in this sense, is represented in this text as jealously watching over human actions, and a not indifferent spectator of good or evil; therefore a sure punisher of the guilty, and an eternal remunerator of him who faithfully adheres to His law.
At the foot of the throne are angels playing musical instruments, above in the curve of the arch are cherubim and the inscription, "Ave virginiei flos intemerate pudoris".
Anno a natali partu intemerate Uirginis wnagefimo tcrcio cum Quadragefimo fupra mlllcfimum XII.