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  • Qua plures teneantur a catena; etc. Ausonius recounts of Caligula he so lost patience that he forcibly entered the priest M. Lepidus, before the sacrifice was completed.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Et volumus quod dicti religiosi teneantur annuatim in perpetuum pro predicta donacione nostra ad perpetuam nostri memoriam vestire quindecim pauperes ad festum Sancti Martini in hieme et eosdem cibare eodem die liberando eorum cuilibet quatuor ulnas panni grossi et lati vel sex ulnas panni stricti et eorum cuilibet unum novum par sotularium de ordine suo.

    The Monastery

  • In this taxonomy of transgression, original sin merited less punishment than did actual sins, as noted by the monk William in his debate with the heresiarch Henry of Lausanne (minori pena teneantur).

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • A. 8: Hec in fine queritur utrum pueri teneantur baptizari aliquo precepto, utrum parentes teneantur dare operam ut ipsi baptizentur.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • A. 8: Dicimus etiam: cum parentes teneantur alere filios et necessitati corporum subvenire, multo magis in spiritualibus que spectant ad animarum salutem ipsis subvenire tenentur, iuxta verbum Apostoli in prima epistola ad Timotheum dicentis: Si quis suorum et maxime domesticorum curam non habet, fidem negavit operibus, etsi non verbis, quia proximo non consentiunt, et infideli deterior est.

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • In media India transitur per multas insulas vsque ad mare Oceanum, in insulam Ormuz, vbi Mercatores Venetiæ sæpè tendunt, sed viri, qui assueti non sunt tantum sustinere calorem, ne exeant perpendicula de corporibus propè ad genua, ibi se contra hoc debitè inuoluunt, et ligant, nec audent ibi transire nauibus ferrum continentibus, ne teneantur de rupibus adamantum.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Teloniatores nauium Reiz dicti, et liberi Rez, omnes isti pr鎓ati, secundum tenorem huius priuilegij, tenor閙ue articulorum eius, omnia facere teneantur, et debe鎡.

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

  • In media India transitur per multas insulas vsque ad mare Oceanum, in insulam Ormuz, vbi Mercatores Veneti� s鎝� tendunt, sed viri, qui assueti non sunt tantum sustinere calorem, ne exeant perpendicula de corporibus prop� ad genua, ibi se contra hoc debit� inuoluunt, et ligant, nec audent ibi transire nauibus ferrum continentibus, ne teneantur de rupibus adamantum.

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

  • [56] One phrase of the Prologue (2 Cel.) shows that the author received an entirely special commission: _Placuit ... robis ... parvitati nostræ injungere_, while on the contrary the 3 Soc. shows that the decision of the chapter only remotely considered them: _Cum de mandato proeteriti capituli fratres teneantur

    Life of St. Francis of Assisi

  • [1656] Unde qui ejusmodi aut doctrinas credunt, aut mandatis obtemperant, quasi ad id ex conscientia teneantur, veram ii conscientiae libertatem produnt.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

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