Suspendatur

Lit. 'let him be hanged'. The word indicated a criminal's sentence.

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  • suspendatur per collum — sus. per coll …   Black's law dictionary

  • Suspendatur per collum — Let him be hanged by the neck. These Latin words in their abbreviated form sus. per coil., were written opposite the name of a convict sentenced to be hanged in the calendar or list of all the prisoners names, with their separate judgments in the …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Crimen sollicitationis (document) — Crimen sollicitationis (Latin for the crime of soliciting ) was a letter sent in 1962 by Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, Secretary of the Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office, to all Patriarchs, Archbishops, Bishops and other Local Ordinaries,… …   Wikipedia

  • Crimen sollicitationis (document) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Crimen sollicitationis (homonymie). Crimen sollicitationis (Crime de sollicitation en latin) est une lettre, envoyée en 1962 par le Saint Office (qui deviendra la Congrégation pour la Doctrine de la Foi à la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Crimen sollicitationis — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Para la canción de Ska P, véase Crimen sollicitationis (canción). La expresión en latín crimina sollicitationis se refiere a los acercamientos sexuales cometidos por sacerdotes antes, durante o inmediatamente después …   Wikipedia Español

  • Crimen sollicitationis — For the song of the same title, please see Crimen sollicitationis (song) The Latin expression crimen sollicitationis refers to a sexual advance made before, during or immediately after administration (even simulated) of the Sacrament of… …   Wikipedia

  • AQUAE Ferventis judicum — una ex purgationibus olim vulgaribus, quas Iudicia Dei appellabant: seu examen, quo quis de crimine suspectus, quô se purgaret, manum in aquam ferventem nudatô brachiô immittebat; atque, si illaesam extraherte, innocens: si contta, reus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • OCULI — I. OCULI manus, nutus, ad deridendum adhiberi soliti: quae proin tria iunxit Appuleius Metamor. 3. Nec quî laverim, quî terserim, quî domum rursum reverterim, prae rubore memini. Sie omnium Oculis, nutibus, ac denique manibus denotatus, impos… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ORDALIUM — vox medii aevi, ab Or i. e. magnum, et dael, i. e. iudicium. Iudicum fuit ferri. aquae ignis, duelli, etc. in Germania, Anglia, Gallia, etc. frequens priscis temporibus: Duodecim igniti vomeres Ordalium apud Graecos fuerunt. Unde Ludovicus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • PARIES — an ex par, quia semper duo pares: an ex paro, i. e. struo? Aeliô Gallô finitore, sive murus, sive maceria est, l. 157. ff. de verb. signif. Leoni Bapt. Alber. l. 1. omnis structura sic dicitur, quae a solo in altum surrexit ad ferendum onus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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