Definition of Notabilia. Meaning of Notabilia. Synonyms of Notabilia

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Definition of Notabilia

Notabilia
Notabilia No`ta*bil"i*a, n. pl. [Neut. pl. of L. notabilis notable.] Things worthy of notice.

Meaning of Notabilia from wikipedia

- nominative, and means simply "good faith". Opposite of mala fide. bona notabilia note-worthy goods In law, if a person dying has goods, or good debts,...
- lawyer is unknown. Throughout his life, he wrote many repetitiones and notabilia on many canons and decretals. In addition, he taught Roman law beginning...
- from the 17th-century (Christian Weise, Isaacs Opferung, 1682, 3.11). Notabilia Venatoris by Hermann Friedrich von Göchhausen (1710) and Teutscher Jäger...
- nominative, and means simply "good faith". Opposite of mala fide. bona notabilia note-worthy goods In law, if a person dying has goods, or good debts,...
- Quaestiones super libros Metaphysicorum Aristotelis (1298–1300?; revised later) Notabilia Scoti super Metaphysicam (a set of notes concerning books II-X and XII...
- Bay v Australians 1886-87". CricketArchive. Retrieved 30 August 2019. "Notabilia". Daily Telegraph. 19 November 1886. p. 3. "Obituary: Mr. C. H. Edwards"...
-  3. Retrieved 17 May 2018 – via British Newspaper Archive. "Political Notabilia". Gloucestershire Chronicle. 20 March 1847. p. 4. Retrieved 17 May 2018...
- Blanc, series "Notabilia", 80 p. ISBN 978-2-88250-306-0 2014: La Condition pavillonnaire, Lausanne, Éditions Noir sur Blanc, series "Notabilia", 262 p....
- Fragment of the Gutenberg Bible Preserved as a Book Cover". Princeton Notabilia. Johnson, Peter (1996). "Latin American and Iberian Primary Sources"....
- ac conclusionum singulorum librorum nuper additus, alter totius operis notabilia quaeque accuratissime demonstrans: ... (in Latin). Venetiis: apud Iuntas...
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