Providentia


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Providentia

Microbiology A genus of Enterobateriaceae found in water, soil, and fecally contaminated materials; 5 species P alcalifaciens, P heimbachae, P rettgeri, P rustigianii, P stuartii
References in classic literature ?
The idea of himself as a Roland Bean was too new to be assimilated immediately.
The girl upstairs had broken his heart, ruined his life, and practically compared him to Roland Bean, and his pride should have built up an impassable wall between them, but--she had cake and cocoa.
As it chanced, however, this morning my little Roland here was loosed at a strong-winged heron, and page Bertrand and I rode on, with no thoughts but for the sport, until we found ourselves in Minstead woods.
4) The Stoic theme of Providence had been developed by Seneca in the treatise De Providentia.
196-197) y en las de Italica, un ara dedicada a la Providentia Augusti (RPC I nos.
36: "Et si ita est, talis ordo, ut reor, ex divina providentia per universam creaturam procedit, ut omnis natura, quae sequentis se notitiam comprehendit, non solum melior et superior sit, verum etiam et ipsa notitia dignitate naturae, in quae est, praecedit earn longe, cuius notitia est".
Seneca, De Providentia, Moral Essays, Loeb Classical Library (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1958), 5.
3) Rahner, "Dogmatische Konstitution uber die Kirche", 232: "Es ist zu beachten, dap der erste Satz des Abschnitts (obwohl blop als historische Feststellung formuliert) grundsatzliche Bedeutung hat (dieses historisch Festgestellte wird ja als Ergebnis einer divina Providentia gesehen), und zwar an sich auch fur den lateinischen (westlichen) Zweig der katholischen Kirche, gerade weil dieser konkret fast mit der Weltkirche identisch geworden ist.
In 1558, the Roman Inquisition linked the denigration of the faith, Church, and clergy to pasquinades, and harsh penalties were announced for authoring, possessing, or diffusing libelous material in the bull Romani Pontificis providentia (1572).
See Luis de Molina, Concordia liberi arbitrii cum gratiae donis, divina praescientia, providentia, praedestinatione et reprobatione ad nonnullos primae partis divi Thomae articulos 2.
Et forte divina factum est providentia, licet humana non sit industria procuratum, ut ab ea littera T canon inciperet, quae sui forma signum crucis ostendit et exprimit in figura.
Sin proposito de exhaustividad, cabe recordar a Seneca, De Providentia; Prospero de Aquitania, De Providentia Dei; y la multitud de escritos publicados con tal titulo en Europa durante los siglos XVI y XVII (63).