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  • In a troubling example of how access, power, and influence over the government and media is literally lifting billions from the pockets of taxpayers, one need go no further than the incestuous relatio ...

    Raymond J. Learsy: Gaming the Bailout: How Washington Continues Making The Saudi Arabia of Bond Funds Ever Richer

  • “Utrum Dei ad creaturam sit relatio realis,” in “Henry of Harclay's Question on Relations,” M.G. Henninger (ed.), Mediaeval Studies 49

    Medieval Theories of Relations

  • In a troubling example of how access, power, and influence over the government and media is literally lifting billions from the pockets of taxpayers, one need go no further than the incestuous relatio ...

    Raymond J. Learsy: Gaming the Bailout: How Washington Continues Making The Saudi Arabia of Bond Funds Ever Richer

  • Adversa fortuna habet in querelis levamentum; et malorum relatio, &c. 3422.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ampliation and restriction were already functions of supposition (or appellation as it had been), copulation as the naming function of predication is subsumed under supposition, and relatio, the connection of anaphoric terms to their antecedents, becomes a discussion of the supposition of those terms.

    Medieval Theories: Properties of Terms

  • But we speak now separately of human testimony, according to which — that which the Grecians call apotheosis, and the Latins relatio inter divos — was the supreme honour which man could attribute unto man, specially when it was given, not by a formal decree or act of state (as it was used among the Roman Emperors), but by an inward assent and belief.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Other than the essential relation of an actual sign to its interpreter, which must be in any a case what was called a ˜real relation™ (relatio realis), the relation to the significate can be a so-called a

    Medieval Semiotics

  • Spiritum Sanctum non esse remissionem, ` neque in isto seculo neque in futuro: 'unde magis ac magis intendere oportet quae Scripturarum de eo relatio sit: ne in aliquem, saltem per ignorantiam, blasphemiae error obrepat.

    Pneumatologia

  • [88] Had I been able to find a book, _Veridica relatio de daemonio Puck_, referred to in the article _Diable_ in the _Dictionnaire des Sciences

    The Sources and Analogues of 'A Midsummer-night's Dream'

  • TOBLER, Arculfi relatio de locis sanctis in Itinera terrae sanctae

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

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