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from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun In architecture, the die of a pedestal. See cut under dado.
  • noun In Scots law, a complete sum.

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Examples

  • M.] 75 LX modii tritici in solidum ipsius tempore fuerunt, et vinum xxx amphoras in solidum,

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • Cujuscunque orationem vides politam et sollicitam, scito animum in pusilis occupatum, in scriptis nil solidum.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • 'Episcopatus unus est cuius a singulis in solidum pars tenetur' [The episcopate is one, each part of which is held by each one for the whole.] (De ecclesiae catholicae unitate, 1,5).

    Cardinal's Address on Women Bishops 'A Clear and Helpful Contribution'

  • Lectio quasi solidum cibum ori apponit, meditation chews and breaks it, meditatio masticat et frangit prayer attains its savor, oratio saporem acquirit, contemplation is itself the sweetness that rejoices and refreshes.

    The secret to prayer; Lectio Divina (For the feast of St. Romuald, June 19)

  • 'Episcopatus unus est cuius a singulis in solidum pars tenetur' [The episcopate is one, each part of which is held by each one for the whole.] (De ecclesiae catholicae unitate, 1,5).

    Cardinal's Address on Women Bishops 'A Clear and Helpful Contribution' - Archbishop

  • In the meantime, he began studying geological formations, publishing a preliminary report on them in 1661: the De solido intra solidum naturaliter contento dissertationis prodromus.

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  • In the meantime, he began studying geological formations, publishing a preliminary report on them in 1661: the De solido intra solidum naturaliter contento dissertationis prodromus.

    Meet Nicholas Steno

  • Why, we say that by grace we are saved, ascribing the whole work of our recovery and bringing to God, in “solidum,” thereto.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • And thus have we discovered the blessed agents and undertakers in this work their several actions and orderly concurrence unto the whole; which, though they may be thus distinguished, yet they are not so divided but that every one must be ascribed to the whole nature, whereof each person is “in solidum” partaker.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • Now, the Jews at that time were in solidum possessed of all the true religion that was in the world, and this they boasted of as their privilege, bearing up themselves with the thought and reputation of it everywhere and on all occasions; it being at that time their great business to gain proselytes unto it, whereon also their honour and advantage did depend.

    Pneumatologia

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