Synonyms for complectens or Related words with complectens

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Examples of "complectens"
Cox, Joseph Mason. "Dissertatio medica inauguralis quaedam de mania complectens ..." Leyden, 1787.
C. complectens is a shrub found in the neotropics. It commonly grows as an epiphyte.
Methodus expeditae confessionis, tum pro consessariis [sic] tum pro poenitentibus : complectens libros quatuor by Tommaso Tamburini( Book )
Methodus expeditae confessionis, tum pro confessariis tum pro poenitentibus : complectens libros quatuor by Tommaso Tamburini( Book )
Methodvs expeditæ confessionis, tvm pro confessariis tum pro pœnitentibus : complectens libros quinque by Tommaso Tamburini( Book )
Methodus expeditae confessionis, tum pro confessariis tum pro poenitentibus complectens libros quator by Tommaso Tamburini( Book )
Methodus expeditae confessionis tum pro confessariis, tum pro poenitentibus, : complectens libros quinque : in qui omnes fere conscientiae casus ad poenitentiae sacramentum qua ministrandum, qua suscipiendum pertinentes ... enodantur by Thomas Tamburinus( Book )
"Eriostemon australasius" was first formally described in 1805 by Christiaan Persoon and the description was published in "Synopsis plantarum, seu enchiridium botanicum, complectens enumerationem systematicam specierum". The specific epithet ("australasius") is derived from the Latin word "australis" meaning "south". The common name is derived from the thick waxy petals.
Addison's father wanted him to become a lawyer, but he entered the University of Edinburgh Medical School in 1812 as a medical student. He became a member of the Royal Medical Society, which still runs today. In 1815, he received the degree of doctor of medicine. His thesis was on "Dissertatio medica inauguralis quaedam de syphilide et hydrargyro complectens" ("Concerning Syphilis and Mercury").
At Mary's request he was made a canon of St. Quentin in Picardy (France). He died about 1590, and left a work entitled "Thesaurus Bibliorum, omnem utriusque vitae antidotum secundum utriusque Instrumenti veritatem et historiam succincte complectens", with which is printed an "Index rerum memorabilium in epistolis et evangeliis per anni circulum" (Antwerp, 1577).
The Calendarium Naturale Magicum Perpetuum is a late renaissance (c.1619-1620) grimoire and esoteric print of calendar engravings. Its full title is "Magnum Grimorium sive Calendarium Naturale Magicum Perpetuum Profundissimam Rerum Secretissimarum Contemplationem Totiusque Philosophiae Cognitionem Complectens". It is in three sheets, measuring more than four feet long and about two feet wide, and includes an early example of a Pentagrammaton.
In Bibliotheca Equitis Nanii codex asservatur charactere unciali exaratus Seculo X vel XI, complectens Qvattuor Evangelia cum Eusebii Canonibus. De hoc plura vide in Catalogo Codd. graecorum, qvi apud Nanios asservantur, studio et opera Mingarelli publicatam. Excerpta hujus codicis in adnotationibus hinc inde obvia, mecum communicavit Vir. Cl. Münter, cui etiam debeo notitiam duorum codicum qvi seqvuntur.
Ó Maolmhuaidh was still in Rome when his "Iubilatio genethliaca in honorem Prosperi Baltharasaris Philippi Hispaniarum principis" there in 1658. "By 1663 he was preparing a course on philosophy for publication. The first part of his "Philosophia ... tomus primus dialectiae breviarum complectens" was published at Rome in 1666, but no further part was published."
The German composer Marianus Königsperger wrote six concertos and two pastorellas for organ and string orchestra, with two trumpets or horns "ad libitum", op. 18 ("Certamen musicum complectens VI. concerta communia et II. pastoritia", Augustae-Vindelicorum: sumptibus Joannis Jacobi Lotteri Haeredum, 1754).
The full title of the work is "Ecclesiastica Historia, integram Ecclesiae Christi ideam, quantum ad Locum, Propagationem, Persecutionem, Tranquillitatem, Doctrinam, Hæreses, Ceremonias, Gubernationem, Schismata, Synodos, Personas, Miracula, Martyria, Religiones extra Ecclesiam, & statum Imperii politicum attinet, secundum singulas Centurias, perspicuo ordine complectens: singulari diligentia & fide ex vetustissimis & optimis historicis, patribus, & aliis scriptoribus congesta: Per aliquot studiosos & pios viros in urbe Magdeburgicâ".
Goar's major work is his "Euchologion sive Rituale Graecorum complectens ritus et ordines divinae liturgiae" (Paris, 1667), a classic on Greek liturgy; it is important for its original texts and for its learned commentaries; in the second edition (Venice, 1730) a number of errors were corrected.
R.P. Thomæ Tamburini Caltanisettensis Societatis Jesu Juris divini, naturalis, et ecclesiastici expedita moralis explicatio : complectens tractatus tres, De sacramentis, quæ sunt de jure divino. De contractibus, quos dirigit jus naturale. De censuris, et irregularitate, quæ sunt de jure ecclesiastico. Accedit tractatus Bullæ cruciatæ, in theologorum, aliorumque animarum curam habentium commodum by Tommaso Tamburini( Book )
He also published a collection of the treatises of famous canonists (Coustant of Saint-Maur, the Ballerini, etc.) on the origin and development of canon law, which was entitled "De vetustis canonum collectionibus dissertationum sylloge""(Venice, 1778, 1 vol. folio; Mainz, 1790, 2 vols.). At his death Gallandi left a work which has not been published: "Thesaurus antiquitatis ecclesiasticæ historico-apologetico-criticus complectens SS. patrum gesta et scripta doctissimorum virorum dissertationibus asserta et illustrata ac juxta seriem XII sec. digesta".
Its descriptive title is "Octavarium Romanum, Lectiones II et III Nocturni complectens, recitandas infra octavas Festorum, præsertim patronorum locorum et titularium Ecclesiarum quæ cum octavis celebrari debent, juxta rubricas Breviarii Romani, a Sacra Rituum Congregatione ad usum totius orbis ecclesiarum approbatum" (Antwerp, 1628). In addition to the letter of approbation, the Papal Brief of Urban VIII and the dedication, the book includes a few pages on the origin, cause and rites of octaves.
He assisted his uncle Antoine Pagi in the correction of the "Annales Ecclesiastici" of Baronius; and edited the "Critica" of his uncle. He wrote his own history of the popes up to the year 1447: "Breviarium historico-chronologico-criticum illustriora Pontificum romanorum gesta, conciliorum generalium acta ... complectens" (4 vols., Antwerp, 1717–27). The history was continued in two volumes by his nephew, Antoine Pagi the Younger (Antwerp, 1748–53).