In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Once again, the difference between contemporary Catholic ecclesiastic policies in Italy and France is emblematic.
- He deposed old dynasties, abolished aristocratic and ecclesiastic privileges, and united regions, gradually establishing uniform legal, administrative, fiscal, and conscription systems.
- Having given birth to the earliest Protestants, she sees to it that her children's influence will spread and divide a land already weakened by ecclesiastic corruption.
- It still hand-makes clothes, shirts, ties, academic and ecclesiastic wear.
- Italy is the exception, and reveals an unexpected variant of ecclesiastic modernization strategies.
- The city's East Side, where Eastern European immigrants conceived grandiose works of ecclesiastic architecture before moving to neighboring suburbs like West Seneca and Cheektowaga, is inhabited largely by African Americans.
- Article I gives no ecclesiastic powers to the legislature, and gives no formal role for any ecclesiastic authority in the legislative process.
- The relatively limited success of new religious movements in Italy can not only be directly linked to the effervescence of the Catholic lay religious aggregations but also to a specific ecclesiastic strategy and structure.
- The ecclesiastic courts, given the scope of their jurisdiction, could have heard at least some of these cases.
- The elevated perspective in Leonardo's work was of course a tribute to the ecclesiastic destination of his work.
- The service itself passed in a blur of kindly faces, murmured condolences and ecclesiastic efficiency.
- There is no ecclesiastic authority, and I dare say there never will be one dominating ecclesiastical authority over all Pagans and Wiccans.
- Nothing survives which was painted by van Eyck for the Duke, but other works by him indicate that wealthy middle-class and ecclesiastic patrons followed the lead of the Burgundian Duke.
- Two churchmen within the diocese of Kildare & Leighlin hold the ecclesiastic title of vicar general.
- But reports such as these were relatively few, and serious ecclesiastic authorities sought to distance themselves from such improbable tales of celestial intervention in the election campaign.
- Since the twelfth century, the historic, northern city of Braga has been Portugal's ecclesiastic capital and the seat of the country's archbishops.
- Weber's model was questioned by his contemporaries, most strongly by Troeltsch, who suggested that there exists no direct road from the ecclesiastic culture of Protestantism to non-ecclesiastic modern culture.
- Before the eighteenth century, the former inspired quests for ecclesiastic union, while the latter functioned in the civil sphere.
- The cautious response of the Church to the 1948 wave of visions and miracles was consistent with the centuries-old prudence and reserve with which the ecclesiastic order has approached the question of the supernatural.
- The artists here draw on a legacy that includes ecclesiastic art, church murals, icons and silver crosses to create works in a modern vernacular.
English has borrowed many of the following foreign expressions of parting, so you’ve probably encountered some of these ways to say goodbye in other languages.
Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.