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Richard, German physician. See: May-Hegglin anomaly.
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The contract cleaning service Collegium Maius, located at ul.
100 r: "Eodem titulo facie 2[degrees] in principio verba dictum cymbalum maius, tollantur, eadem modo restitutis verbis dicta campana maior".
Maius scandalum secutum esse videtur ex instaurato iudicio quam, si res, sicut expediebat, per internum administrationis dioecesanae regimen et ad summum per decretami Episcopi tractatae fuissent.
Wiedemann gives mei from the Island dialect with German explanation as Maie, Maibirke, meiukuu = Maimonat, and, in a separate entry, maius g maiuse, maiuseku from Parnumaa (Wiedemann 1973: 566, 593).
95--To understand the major significance of this very important translation of a central text in medieval Latin semiotics, one must recall that it is the first English translation of a missing chapter from Roger Bacon's Opus maius, part three, on the utility of languages, that is, the utility of languages for theological studies taken in the broadest sense of the term.
As with that paper, so with this one I acknowledge with gratitude the assistance of Professor Stanislaw Waltos (Director) and Karolina Zawada, of the Muzeum Uniwersytetu Jagiellonskiego Collegium Maius, Krakow, in providing the accompanying photographic images of the Jagiellonian Globe.
Ainsi, sans s'affilier explicitement a la philosophie dialogale, ou a l'une ou l'autre de ses expressions contemporaines, Balthasar trouve dans le dialogue et dans les rapports interpersonnels ianalogatum princeps, le modele et la clef methodologique aussi bien pour la comprehension philosophique de l'etre--puisque l'etre, nous dit Balthasar est amour--que pour un discours authentiquement theologique--puisque l'etre de Dieu est lui aussi amour, un amour qui se manifeste et qui continue a se manifester dans le id quo maius cogitari nequit de l'histoire du salut, c'est-a-dire dans l'abaissement et dans l'obeissance amoureuses du Fils de Dieu jusqu'a la kenose de la Croix.
Although Jean de Vignay (1283-1340) set a precedent for books such as the Secrets with his translations of the Golden Legend, Vincent of Beauvais's Speculum maius, the Itinerarium of Odoric de Pordenone, and the Chess Book of Jacobo de Cessolis, the great wave of translation activity came toward the end of the fourteenth century and it is there we should probably place our translator.
enterprise of the Middle Ages, the Speculum maius, he had access to a
In late medieval religious treatises, such as Vincent Beauvais's thirteenth-century Speculum maius, household economics remained an important topic that linked discussions of individual ethics to political concerns (Danzi, "Leon Battista Alberti 71; Danzi, "Fra 'oikos' e 'polis'" 57).
mucho mayor que]; los principales elementos del sistema, el imperium proconsulare maius y la tribunicia potestas no surgieron de una vision global, sino como respuestas a situaciones politicas especificas.
Among specific topics are coordinating the study of environmental remains in the garden soils, water and waterworks in garden archaeology, the courtyard garden in the House of Bacchus and Ariadne at Thuburbo Maius in Tunisia, Maya urban gardens at Xuch in Mexico, and landscape archaeology at Thomas Jefferson's poplar forest in Virginia.