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simul

(sī′mŭl) (sĭm′ŭl) [L.]
At once or at the same time; term used in signature of prescription.
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El enviar simbolico a la vita tota simul o al aion exige la realidad, la extramentalidad de aquello de que son vision y enigma.
Sed duo actus oppositi non possunt esse simul. Ergo nec potest esse una potentia ad duo opposita.
So, who is seeking his release from the National Chess Federation of the Philippines to transfer to the United States Federation, will also conduct a simul against 20 players rated 2000 and under.
Missing here is a sense of the universality of sin and the simul of the Lutheran tradition, a tradition that is deeply suspicious of the church ever being defined in terms of what Luther called the "active righteousness" of its members.
This has traditionally come to be referred to as the simul iustus et peccator (hereafter, simul).
Respecto a la declaracion conjunta sobre la justificacion firmada en Augsburgo en octubre de 1999, reconoce que esta es importante, pero que tiene tambien sus limites: mas que una cuestion resuelta, el documento evidencia a su vez (a la vez que se establecen claros acuerdos conceptuales y teologicos) que se requieren estudio y dialogo, como ocurre en el caso de poder comprender de modo adecuado la expresion simul iustus et peccator (cfr.
With his doctoral thesis "Contemplation in Action: A Study in Ignatian Prayer" (1957), Joseph Conwell popularized the now classic Nadalian phrase contemplativus simul in actione in the English-speaking Jesuit world.
On the way to village Simul Tari, I recognized the road as one I had traveled one month earlier.
aut delectare" (words which Matz uses in the title to his introduction) are clearly the first two elements of a tricolon that culminates in "aut simul et iucunda et idonea dicere uitae" (Arspoetica, 333-34).
Haec ubi dicta, locum capiunt, signoque repente corripiunt spatia audito limenque relinquunt, effusi nimbo similes, simul ultima signant, primus abit longeque ante omnia corpora Nisus emicat et ventis et fulminis ocior alis.
But Coleridge is closer to Bacon than to Tacitus Annals VI 10: "fingabant simul credentque"....
However, this strong negative conclusion (Romans 7 cannot be re-expressed in Luther's famous epigram, simul iustus et peccator) is then qualified to some extent by the recognition that 'all Christians have experiences in their lives which are similar to those of Paul's Jewish past' ('each of us recognizes in this description a dimension of his or her existence' p.