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- Northern France, which dates to the year 800. References to Joseph as nutritor Domini ("educator/guardian of the Lord") from the 9th to the 14th centuries...
- as the feast day of Saint Joseph, who is referred to as the fatherly Nutritor Domini ("Nourisher of the Lord") in Catholicism and "the ****tive father...
- indicate that a nutrix would be proud of her profession. One even records a nutritor lactaneus, a male "milk nurse" who presumably used a bottle. Gr**** nurses...
- following for Saint Joseph date to the year 800 and references to him as Nutritor Domini (educator/guardian of the Lord) began to appear in the 9th century...
- written as a praise of Charlemagne, whom he regarded as a foster-father (nutritor) and to whom he was a debtor "in life and death". The work thus contains...
- of authorship. Terrae vero et mari dominatur Iupiter Plutonius, et hic nutritor est animantium mortalium et fructiferarum (Asclepius 27), noted by G.F...
- carinifer (Thomson, 1889) Diaparsis multiplicator Aubert, 1969 Diaparsis nutritor (Fabricius, 1804) Diaparsis stramineipes (Brischke, 1880) Dicaelotus cameroni...
- 7th-century hagiographic life of Columba; he served as foster-father or tutor (nutritor) to the young Columba before the latter went on to study with Gemmán in...
- Latin. Or alcaide, from the Arabic qāʾid, meaning "commander. The title nutritor regis (king's tutor) was the usually title given to those entrusted with...
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