Passus


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Passus

An ancient Roman unit of length approximately equivalent to 1.48 meters.
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Qui post completam, susceptae humanitatis dispensationem passus est et mortuus, et resurrexit et ascendit in coelum venturusque est judicare vivos et mortuos (Migne, 1885, pp.
Blum's southward pilgrimage in Passus 1 recall's Goethe's Italian Journey, and he acknowledged that the whole conception of the "beneficent south" ("die weldadige suide": Blum, Briewe 184) was Goethean.
The harmonic variation follows often a descending movement per semitones: in Dead things the lower note of the right hand descends from G natural to G flat to F, and the bass eagerly follows this sort of passus duriusculus (bars 89-94).
Derek Pearsall (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 1994), passus VI, lines 415-18.
Possunt tamen huiusmodi contractus sic initi, excepto matrimonio, facile irritari, voluntate eius, qui iniuriam passus est, nam potest petere restitutionem in integrum, et agere de damno illato.
1362 [seccion]1,2: norma haec, in iis quae ad supradictum deHctum spectant, ita applicetur ut criminalis actio non praescribatur, nisi sequentibus condicionibus adimpletis: a) ipse, qui passus est delictum, aetatis duodetrigesimum annum compleverit; atque b) unus saltern annus transient a denuntiatione de eodem delicto, dummodo denuntiatio facta sit priusquam idem iniuria affectus duodetriginta aetatis suae expleverit annos>>.
If the suffering of the divine goat of classical culture shown in the "goat song"--that is, in tragedy turns in the Middle Ages into the drama performed in the Passion of Christ, Valverde de Lucerna, a "villa feudal y medieval" (120), becomes the general stage where the redeeming new passion (from the Latin passus, "sufrimiento") reenacted by don Manuel takes place.
In the Clarinet Quintet, toccata style, passus duriusculus, and canon all appear in a structural complex that bases parts of the first movement on the Gavotte, the second on the Sarabande and the third and fourth movements on variations of the Sarabande's second movement.
Gershom Scholem kommentiert diesen Passus mit Hilfe der Schrift eines weitgehend unbekannten Kabbalisten aus dem 17.
1) in the last passus, where Will falls asleep and dreams of the arrival of a seductive Antichrist who "in mannes foorme" will appear to "spedde mennys nedis" even while uprooting truth, "as he a god were" (fol.
In the apocalyptic final passus of the B Text of Piers Plowman (Passus 20) William Langland famously draws on this identification by naming his friar, Sire Penetrans Domos (341).