Credo

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Credo

A short statement of principles and/or goals to guide a company in the conduct of its business. See also: Mission statement.
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Once the bishops and cardinals approve the miracle, Pope Francis will likely proclaim Paul VI's beatification in October at the end of the Synod of Bishops, according to Credere.
The company charged a percentage of 2.5% on sales of goods in installments, as "del credere." Rebates granted were posted directly to "Profit or Loss." The "General Finance" account was related to changes in products already manufactured (usually imported from the French headquarters) and the "Miscellaneous" account included changes in goods in kind, such as barrels of beeswax, horsehair, annatto, leather, rubber, emu feathers, coffee etc.
Certo, come ha spiegato Agostino, la <<Provvidenza [...] non vuole con pena manifesta colpire quaggio ogni peccato, perche altrimenti gli uomini sarebbero indotti a credere, che nulla dovesse riservarsi al giudizio finale>>, cosi come, d'altra parte, <<se ogni malvagita rimanesse impunita, finirebbero col credere che non v'e punto Provvidenza nel mondo>> (23).
"Creed" (Latin, credere, "to believe") refers to the cognitive, understanding aspect of a religion; it is everything that goes into the "explanation" of the ultimate meaning of life.
Also her punctuation, which basically follows that of Rome, 1531, "a ete quelquefois modernisee avec la plus grande prudence" (ci): not always for the better, as is shown by 1,171, uerum etiam Sol ipse nouum, quis credere possit, curret iter (better:--quis credere possit?--) or 1,273-76, where she prints (defying her own translation):
(28) He claims that pushing against concepts of debt and repayment threatens the very foundation of Christianity, and he points to the various sacred and secular meanings of words like credere and debita that early modern England sought to separate.
I am now convinced that Brazil now has a classic "credere" (Latin for believe) problem with global investors, the reason I would short Petrobras/EWZ against the MSCI EM index or the Mexican Bolsa.
potrebbe credere che il bene abbia sconfitto il male" (The mosques are all full, you'd think good had triumphed over evil), he mutters, a devastating jibe at a country where by 1993 Islamists had begun killing to further a religious agenda.
of Spain, which will encompass their respective del credere businesses.
(10) The word credit is itself derived from the Latin credere, which means to believe.