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  • 181Pelagius I —     Pope Pelagius I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Pelagius I     Date of birth unknown; died 3 March, 561, was a Roman of noble family; his father, John, seems to have been vicar of one of the two civil dioceses , or districts, into which… …

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  • 182Pope Pelagius I —     Pope Pelagius I     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Pelagius I     Date of birth unknown; died 3 March, 561, was a Roman of noble family; his father, John, seems to have been vicar of one of the two civil dioceses , or districts, into which… …

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  • 183The Bollandists —     The Bollandists     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Bollandists     An association of ecclesiastical scholars engaged in editing the Acta Sanctorum. This work is a great hagiographical collection begun during the first years of the seventeenth… …

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  • 184condemn — con·demn /kən dem/ vt 1: to impose a penalty on; esp: to sentence to death 2: to adjudge unfit for use or consumption 3: to declare convertible to public use under the right of eminent domain: take con·dem·nable …

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  • 185just compensation — n: compensation for property taken under eminent domain that places a property owner in the same position as before the property is taken see also eminent domain ◇ Just compensation is usu. the fair market value of the property taken. Attorney s… …

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  • 190De Excidio et Conquestu Britanniae — (English: On the Ruin and Conquest of Britain) is a work by the 6th century British cleric Gildas. It is a sermon in three parts condemning the acts of Gildas contemporaries, both secular and religious, whom he blames for the dire state of… …

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  • 196Damnation —    In Rom. 13:2, means condemnation, which comes on those who withstand God s ordinance of magistracy. This sentence of condemnation comes not from the magistrate, but from God, whose authority is thus resisted.    In 1 Cor. 11:29 (R.V., judgment …

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  • 197Late medieval philosophy, 1350–1500 — Zénon Kaluza INTRODUCTION No fact in philosophical or other history underlies the commonlymade division of fourteenth century philosophy around the year 1350, except perhaps the Black Death of 1348–9, which overcame the Oxford masters and… …

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  • 198condamnation — (kon da na sion ; en poésie, de cinq syllabes) s. f. 1°   Action de condamner ; jugement qui condamne. Il y a eu condamnation contre lui. Condamnation à l amende, aux travaux forcés. Condamnation contradictoire.    La chose à laquelle on est… …

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  • 199denunciation — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. accusation; disapprobation, censure, condemnation, arraignment; male diction, imprecation, diatribe, anathema; threat. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. condemnation, indictment, charge, censure; see accusation …

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  • 200John Italos —    Head of the school of philosophy in Constantinople (qq.v.) who was condemned for heresy (q.v.) in 1082. The driving force behind his condemnation was the new emperor Alexios I Komnenos (qq.v.), who seemed determined to root out suspected… …

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