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colet.

Abbreviation for L. coletur, let it be strained.
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Lyly, Colet, and Coote treated words only as arbitrary signs that denoted realia.
Vir die publikasie van Die eerste lewe van Colet in 1955 by die Uitgeverij Culemborg van Aat Kaptein moes hy instaan vir 'n deel van die koste, so ook met Hilaria wat in 1957 verskyn het en waarvoor hy 'n som geld as waarborg moes neersit.
He traces the significance of the Dionysian tradition of celestial hierarchy in the writings of Christian humanist John Colet, Richard Hooker's Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie, Edmund Spenser's Fowre Hymnes, the poetry of John Donne, and the works of John Milton (especially Paradise Lost).
The X64-CL iPro incorporates a number of leading-edge features that provide OEMs with the speed, flexibility, and reliability they need," said Philip Colet, Vice-President, Sales & Marketing, Coreco Imaging.
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X64-CL Express incorporates a number of leading-edge features that provide OEMs with the speed, flexibility, and reliability they need," said Philip Colet, Vice-President, Sales & Marketing, DALSA Coreco.
The initial text in OWE 70 is Erasmus's argument, in a debate with John Colet in the early 1500s, that Jesus was fearful of his own death rather than fearful only for the way others would be affected by it.
Our new X64-GigE series supports this emerging environment," said Philip Colet, Vice-President, Sales & Marketing, DALSA Coreco.
Humphrey, Duke of Gloucester, brother of Henry V; two Oxford chancellors, Thomas Chaundler and George Neville; Thomas Linacre the physician, who was Thomas More's Greek teacher; and John Colet are among those discussed.
Digital camera technology delivers superior image quality enabling enhanced measurement accuracy," said Philip Colet, Vice-President, Sales & Marketing, DALSA Coreco.
Hankey, "Augustinian Immediacy and Dionysian Mediation in John Colet, Edmund Spenser, Richard Hooker and the Cardinal de Berulle"; Roland J.
In "The Humanist Reform of Latin and Latin Teaching" (Kristian Jensen), the relevant work of Melanchthon and other German humanists is mentioned, as is that of Erasmus and Colet.