Spectant
Spectant Spec"tant, a. [L. spectans, p. pr. of spectare to look at.] Looking forward. [1913 Webster]

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  • Gaude, quod spectant oculi te mille loquentem. — См. Пальцем показывать …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)

  • nulla curia quae recordum non habet potest imponere finem neque aliquem mandare carceri; quia ista spectant tantummodo ad curias de recordo — /nala kyuriya kwiy rakordam non heybat powtast impownariy faynam nekwiy aelakwam maenderiy karsiray, kwaya ista spektaent taentamowdow id kyuriyas diy rakordow/ No court which has not a record can impose a fine or commit any person to prison;… …   Black's law dictionary

  • Majora regalia imperii praeeminentiam spectant; minora vero ab commodum pecuniarium immediate attinent; et haec proprie fiscalia sunt, et ad just fisci pertinent — The greater royal prerogatives appertain to the dignity of royal power; but the lesser have to do immediately with the acquisition of money; and these are properly fiscal and pertain to the right of revenue. See I Bl Comm 241 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Nulla curia quae recordum non habet potest imponere finem, neque aliquem mandare carceri, quia ista spectant tantummodo ad curias de recordo — No court which has not a record can impose a fine, nor can it order anyone to be imprisoned, because those matters belong only to courts of record …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Isaac Cardoso — Fernando o Isaac Cardoso (Celorico, Beira, 1603 ó 1604, Verona, 1683), médico y filósofo preilustrado hispanoportugués. Biografía Nacido de padres judeoconversos, pero no en Lisboa, como creyó José Amador de los Ríos, sino en la Beira portuguesa …   Wikipedia Español

  • ARMA Plena — quae Militem spectant, Gall. Armes de Chevalier, seu omnimoda arma, quaenam dicta fuerint, docet Chron. Aulae Regiae c. 13. Dicunt, quod tunc in erecitu Regis Bohemiae fuerunt 7000. virorum in equis pugnantium, in plenis armis et sub galeis; et… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • JETHRO — socer Mosis. Exod. c. 3. v. 1. qui et Raguel, Exod. c. 2. v. 18. De quo iude porro ettc. Sulpic. Seu. l. 1. Hist. Sacr. c. 22. et 29. Euseb. Salian. et Torniel. A. M. 2544. n. 3. A. M. 2545. n. 47. et 49. etc. Tertull. l. contra Iudaeos. Hier in… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • tendre — Tendre, ou estendre, Tendere, Contendere, Intendere. Tendre au devant, Praepandere, Obtendere, Praetendere. Tendre sa main au devant et taster, Praetentare. Tendre le voile au devant, Obducere velum. Tendre son giron, Expandere sinum. Le tout… …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • ГРИГОРИЙ БОГОСЛОВ — [Назианзин; греч. Γρηγόριος ὁ Θεολόγος, ὁ Ναζιανζηνός] (325 330, поместье Арианз (ныне Сиврихисар, Турция) близ Карвали (ныне Гюзельюрт), к югу от г. Назианза, Каппадокия 389 390, там же), свт. (пам. 25 янв., 30 янв. в Соборе Трех святителей; пам …   Православная энциклопедия

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