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  • While the word seminario is applied occasionally, e.g. the Seminario Romano (S. Apollinare), the majority of these institutions, and especially those which have a national character, are known as "colleges".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Con base en lo anterior, el Archivo Gregorio y Marta Selser, de la Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México organiza el seminario "Memoria y desmemoria de América Latina". el cual tiene por objetivo reflexionar sobre cómo se usa y abusa del pasado latinoamericano.

    Pensar la memoria de Am��rica Latina

  • Las sesiones del seminario se llevarán a cabo cada martes, del17 de febrero al 31 de marzo a las 18: 30 horas en el lobby del auditorio del plantel Del Valle de la UACM, (San Lorenzo 290, Col. Del Valle, Delegación Benito Juárez), con el siguiente programa:

    Pensar la memoria de Am��rica Latina

  • Este seminario es uno de los esfuerzos más serios por investigar la historia del periodismo mexicano en diversos sentidos.

    Libertad de imprenta y discusi��n religiosa en Nueva Espa��a; en el Instituto Mora.

  • La settimana scorsa sono andata appunto a un seminario di intelligenza artificiale, ma una tosse inarrestabile mi ha fatto troppo imbarazzare e sono fuggita via prima della fine per la troppa vergogna.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • Hay un seminario informativo el 9 de marzo, de 1pm a 4pm.

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  • Vincent, quien estaba orgulloso de ser el séptimo hijo y el décimo de once niños, pasó sus años escolares en el seminario diocesan del Colegio de San Malachy, Belfast.

    El Rev. Vincent McNabb, O.P.

  • He popped it into his mouth, said around it as he chewed, "What you must remember, Don Gode, out here in the field, as it were, is to forget everything you learned at the seminario."

    beneath an opal moon

  • Among other bishops of the Spanish period, the following were distinguished for their learning and virtue: Ramírez del Prado, who has been compared to St. Charles Borromeo; Sánchez de Tagle, who founded the conciliar seminary (seminario tridentino) for the diocese in 1770; Fray Antonio de San Miguel, builder of the great aqueduct of Morelia and commonly spoken of as the father of his people.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Vix seminario exiguo militum relicto servitia Romana ab solitudine vindicant, Liv.vi. vii.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 1

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