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  • 'Whenever the Ordinary or Hierarch receives a report of a reserved delict which has at least a semblance of truth — notitiam saltem verisimilem — once the preliminary investigation has been completed, he is to communicate the matter to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith …'

    Vatican Scrambles to Clarify Policy on Abuse Claims

  • 'Whenever the Ordinary or Hierarch receives a report of a reserved delict which has at least a semblance of truth — notitiam saltem verisimilem — once the preliminary investigation has been completed, he is to communicate the matter to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith …'

    Vatican Scrambles to Clarify Policy on Abuse Claims

  • 'Whenever the Ordinary or Hierarch receives a report of a reserved delict which has at least a semblance of truth — notitiam saltem verisimilem — once the preliminary investigation has been completed, he is to communicate the matter to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith …'

    Vatican Scrambles to Clarify Policy on Abuse Claims

  • Sagae omnes sibi arrogant notitiam, et facultatem in amorem alliciendi quos velint; odia inter conjuges serendi, tempestates excitandi, morbos infligendi, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quae quidem a quibusdam dicuntur a Deo cognosci secundum notitiam simplicis intelligentiae.

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • Quae quidem a quibusdam dicuntur a Deo cognosci secundum notitiam simplicis intelligentiae.

    Rough Notes on Scientia Media

  • Nec Thylensium inquit, (sic enim Islandos appellat) industria silentio obliteranda: qui cum ob natiuam soli sterilitatem, luxuri� nutrimentis carentes, officia continu� sobrietatis exerceant, omni鄎ue vit� momenta ad alienoram operum notitiam conferre soleant, inopiam ingenio pensant.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Nec Thylensium inquit, (sic enim Islandos appellat) industria silentio obliteranda: qui cum ob natiuam soli sterilitatem, luxuriæ nutrimentis carentes, officia continuæ sobrietatis exerceant, omniàque vitæ momenta ad alienoram operum notitiam conferre soleant, inopiam ingenio pensant.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Quod si contingat: hoc quod consultius mihi visum fuit, proximum illi erit refugium, vt in eo sinu, ijsque fluminibus qu� dixi, portum qu鎟at et per Legatum aliquem, cum magno Cham nomine Serenissim� Regin�, notitiam, amiciti醡que contrahat: quam opinor Maximo orbis Imperatori gratam, imo gratissimam fore propter remotissima commercia.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • _, 'Ob quod puerili mutato in senatorium cultum et in notitiam Caesaris Neronis facile pervenit et honore vixdum aetati debito dignus iudicatus est.

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

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