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mag·is·tral

(maj'is-trăl),
Denoting a preparation compounded according to a physician's prescription, in contrast to officinal (derived from a pharmacist's stock).
[L. magister, master]

magistral

(măj′ĭ-strəl)
adj.
Prepared as specified by a physician's prescription. Used of medicine.

mag·is·tral

(maj'is-trăl)
Denoting a preparation compounded according to a physician's prescription, in contrast to officinal (derived from a pharmacist's stock).
[L. magister, master]
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La crisis magisterial polarizo las diferencias entre las elites priistas y el sistema social que conformo movimientos urbanos, indigenas, campesinos, estudiantiles y opositores fuera de los mecanismos de control politico, aunque subsidiados con presupuesto publico.
Los dirigentes de la disidencia magisterial senalaron que mantendran su plan de accion y la exigencia de que se cumplan sus tres demandas fundamentales: suspension permanente de la reforma, construccion de un modelo integral de educacion y reparacion inmediata de los danos causados por la reforma.
The greatest impact of the current systems of exercising magisterial oversight over doctrinal integrity may not in fact be the toll on individual theologians but the harm done to the whole church and its credibility.
A magisterial probe has been ordered and the reason behind the death would be known only after the report comes," she said.
She termed the magisterial probe an "eyewash" and said such measures would mislead the people.
En el capitulo segundo, Carlotti se pregunta por la existencia de una evolucion o una discontinuidad en el modo de comprender la formula magisterial fides et mores.
The issue about eucharistic inclusion should not be about rules well kept or beliefs that merit the magisterial seal of approval.
This view led people to conclude, as Titus Burckhardt notes in his magisterial Alchemy, "that an insatiable desire to make gold had persistently caused men to believe in a heap of fantastic prescriptions, which, rightly seen, were nothing more than a popular and superstitious application of natural philosophy of the ancients".
In the end then, Kern's magisterial work succeeds too fully in demonstrating its central premise: the more you know, the less you know.
A staff made up of radical dissenters and those faithful to magisterial teaching--as well as everything in between--is not a community, but a divided society that cannot, as a community, achieve its proper end.
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explores key aspects of Richard Hooker's philosophical and theological discourse in the context of the Magisterial Reformation of the 16th century.