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  • Deus, qui beatos Martyres tuos Ioannem et Thomam veræ fidei et Romanæ Ecclesiæ principatus propugnatores inter Anglos suscitasti: eorum meritis ac precibus concede; ut eiusdem fidei professione, unum omnes in Christo efficiamur et simus.

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  • I just recieved notification of my DVD's departure from its principatus, and shall reach its terminus in 4 to 14.

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  • Maledicant illum omnes angeli et archangeli, principatus et potestates, omnisque militia coelestis. os Maledicat illum patriarcharum et prophetarum laudabilis numerus.

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • Maledicant illum omnes angeli et archangeli, principatus et potestates, omnisque militia coelestis. os Maledicat illum patriarcharum et prophetarum laudabilis numerus.

    The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman

  • Politics by William of Moerbeke, who rendered those words that derived from despótēs as principatus despoticus, monarchia despotica, despotice principari, despoticum, and despotizare.

    DESPOTISM

  • Yet Bodin did not himself employ either the Latin equivalents for despótēs (despotia, principatus despoticus) introduced by William of

    DESPOTISM

  • "Valetudine prosperrima usus est, tempore quidem principatus paene toto prope illesa; quamvis a trigesimo aetatis anno arbitratu eam suo rexerit, sine adjutamento consiliove medicorum."

    The Reign of Tiberius, Out of the First Six Annals of Tacitus; With His Account of Germany, and Life of Agricola

  • Yet Bodin did not himself employ either the Latin equivalents for despótēs (despotia, principatus despoticus) introduced by William of

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Politics by William of Moerbeke, who rendered those words that derived from despótēs as principatus despoticus, monarchia despotica, despotice principari, despoticum, and despotizare.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • There are also two fine crosses dating probably from the ninth century, when Kells held the principatus of all the Columban monasteries both in Erin and Alba -- one stands in the market-place and the other in the churchyard.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

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