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charta

[kär′tə] pl. chartae
Etymology: L, paper
a piece of paper, especially one treated with medicine, as for external application, or with a chemical for a special purpose, such as litmus paper.

charta

(kăr′tă) [L.]
A preparation intended principally for external application, made either by saturating paper with medicinal substances or by applying the latter to the surface of the paper by adding adhesive liquid.
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13) Edward Coke, Coke on Magna Charta (The Second Part of the Institutes of England) (Hawthorne, CA: Omni Publications, 1974), p.
on "Theological education and the unity of the church--interdenominational cooperation and ecumenical learning in theological education"; ETE Reference document, "Magna Charta on Ecumenical Theological Education" (2008); http://www.
So an indisputable eligibility rule for a pole vaulter to have reached a minimum height of 7 m in an acknowledged competition clearly links to his desirable conduct (gaining the requested performance), and an equally undisputable eligibility rule for any Olympic competitor to sign an acknowledgement of the Olympic Charta and the subordinate competition regulations to his undesirable forbearance (failure to sign), or the eligibility rules for freshmen athletes in US colleges link to academic progress (38), which clearly only can result from the student's "behavior".
The Magna Charta Observatory is a non-profit organisation, based in Italy, which was founded to promote and safeguard the rights of its 750 affiliated universities.
7) Pope Plus XII, Exsulfamilia (On the Spiritual Care to Migrants) (September 30, 1952), in The Church's Magna Charta for Migrants, ed.
This article is based on a keynote address delivered by the author at the meeting on the occasion of the XXII Anniversary of the Magna Charta Universitatum, held at the University of Bologna, on September 16, 2010.
CHOMSKY: Verba volant, charta canta, come si dice in latino.
It was also during this event that the new Charta of the group was adopted, the OIC Ten-Year Programme of Action was established, the present OIC name was changed from the Organisation of the Islamic Conference, and the creation of the long-awaited OIC Permanent Commission on Human Rights.
Taparelli's influence on Leo XIII is evident in the encyclical Aeterni Patris (1879) on restoring Thomistic philosophy and in the Magna Charta of Catholic social thought, Rerum Novarum (1891), (4) the last draft of which was written by Taparelli protege Matteo Liberatore.
Im Anschluss daran unterzeichnete die turkische Republik die Charta der Vereinten Nationen und zahlt somit zu den 51 Grundungsmitgliedern dieses westlichen Bundnisses.
Rio de Zaneire priimta Deklaracija, ja veliau papildziusi Agenda 21 ir Local Agenda 21, Europos miestu tvarios pletros charta (Aalborg 1998).
There was also Tesoro Mio, Charta Pearl, Brave Bambino and Luke Splendid, who won the Great St Wilfrid.