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- arrestando ipsum qui ****iam recepit (latin, 'for arresting one who received money') is a writ for the arrest of someone who received advanced payment
- quae non agit dolum in lingua, quae jurat proximo et non deficit, quae ****iam non dedit ad usuram eius. mercator sic agens divitiis redundabit, et tandem
- participle in the p****ive voice. for example, in the indicative mood: ****iam mercatori dederat. ('he had given money to the merchant'; active) ****ia
- velle **** uxore sua in flandriam reverti; et petiit ab ipso aliquantam ****iam sibi dari. accepta ergo a rege ****ia, festinavit ad mare.'. de burton
- apud belfastamsociis, aliisque multis scientiae faventibusqui ad hoc opus ****iam contulerant:locavit vir honoratissimus georgius augustus chichester marchio
- was written scholae ludimagister **** 33 annos eidem praefuisset amplam ****iam testamento suo moriens legavit reficiendis his aedibus quite why the building
- deeper meaning intended by god, not intended by the human author. sequere ****iam follow the money in an effort to understand why things may be happening
- the prepositions to and for most commonly translate this case: servi ****iam dominis tradiderunt. the slaves handed over the money to the masters.