10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CONVENTUALLY»
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The Late Mesoamerican Village
According to them, ethnohistory interfaces history (conventually understood by
ethnohistorians as treating non-exotic European peoples through unique or
particular events) and anthropology (conventually understood as treating exotic,
Vindiciae Hibernicae: Or, Ireland Vindicated ; an Attempt to ...
... year, issued a most outrageous proclamation, commanding all the priests,
monks. and friars to disperse themselves, and to give up -their convents, colleges
, monasteries, and other places where they collegiately or conventually
Hidden Workes of Darkenes Brought to Publike Light. Or, A ...
... honses of Fi'yars Colledgea, Mo'asteriea and Other places wbeffloevu (hcv are
. or shall be Conventually or Collegiatly assembled together within this Kingdome
; ' and to relinquish the same, and to disperse and seperare themselves. , . r .
Poverty on the Way to God: Thomas Aquinas on Evangelical Poverty
7 With help of the comparison of this highest degree of Poverty and burnt-offering
Aquinas argues that Poverty without any property, not even collectively or
conventually, is permitted."8 As I have demonstrated, the Old Testament offerings
, and ...
Jan G. J. van den Eijnden, 1994
Reformers Before the Reformation: The Brethren of the common ...
... to an appointed rule, but yet not conventually sequestered from the world, with
which they maintained constant intercourse, and in such a way as, in opposition
to Monachism, to preserve the principle of individual liberty. Their whole rule was
Illustrations of German Poetry, with Notes, &c
With us there are rhymes and phrases, which, because they have been used on
mean and ordinary occasions, have conventually acquired a character of
vulgarity : or to pursue Me. de StaeTs metaphor, — they have kept bad company,
— are ...
Elijah Barwell Impey, 1841
The joists and stringers, all outlined and gemmed with coals, are, as it were, a
golden grille, through which the world may look unhindered in upon the holy
place of home, heretofore conventually private. There stands the family altar,
Eugene Wood, 1st World Library, 2004
Worlds Between: Historical Perspectives on Gender and Class
... a kind of civil death'; she could not make contracts, sue or be sued or declared
bankrupt.9 Single women and widows, while not legally disabled, were
conventually regarded in a similar way. Male relatives were favoured partners:
The Man Who Loved Children: A Novel
... of grudge, gangrene of nevermore, quintan fevers of divorce, and all the
proliferating miseries, the running sores and thick scabs,forwhich (and not
foritsheavenly joys) theflesh of marriage is so heavily veiled and conventually
Vindiciae historicae: or Ireland vindicated
... colleges, monasteries, and other places, wheresoever they are or shall be
conventually or coHegiately assembled together, within this kingdom, and to
relinquish the same, and to disperse and separate themselves. " And that all and
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «CONVENTUALLY»
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A Short Defense of Literary Excess
... the running sores and thick scabs, for which (and not for its heavenly joys) the flesh of marriage is so heavily veiled and conventually interned ... «New York Times, Oct 12»