inclinatio


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in·cli·na·tion

(in'kli-nā'shŭn), [TA]
1. A leaning or sloping.
2. In dentistry, deviation of the long axis of a tooth from the perpendicular.
Synonym(s): inclinatio [TA], version (3)
[L. inclinatio, a leaning]
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En este sentido, la inclinatio naturalis no es dinamismo fatal, sino potencia de lo que podemos ser, invitacion a realizarlo y senal del camino.
According to biometric measurements of pelvic cavity diameters belongs to males and females, there was statistical difference between dorsal transverse, cranial transverse, caudal transverse and medial transverse diameters among transverse diameters of pelvis, between right oblique and left oblique diameters among oblique diameters of pelvis, between conjugata vera and conjugata diagonalis among conjugate diameters of pelvis and between vertical diameter; inclinatio pelvis and the angle between arcus ischiadicus and these values were higher for females than males.
(163) See Antoninus, Summa I:I:III, [section]II, col.32D: "de operibus virtuosis, quae concupi-scentia, idest inclinatio ad malum regulatur et vincitur, et haec Deo assimilatur."
(1) Est enim, mi Lucili, ut ad alia, sic etiam ad moriendum inconsulta animi inclinatio, quae saepe generosos atque acerrimae indolis viros corripit, saepe ignavos iacentesque; illi contemnunt vitam, hi gra-vantur.
El criterio para determinar los derechos y deberes conyugales es la inclinatio natural (la estructura ontica de la persona humana), la dignidad de los esposos como personas humanas y la finalidad del matrimonio, por lo que estos criterios aparecen con una dimension de justicia.
When Aquinas is attempting to analyze, in a reaction of the orexis, the parallel with physical movement, D'Arcy notes that he does not refer to the first stage as inclinatio. Amongst a number of terms he prefers coaptatio, complacentia, and connaturalitas.