CeCILL


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CeCILLCea Cnrs Inria Logiciel Libre (French open source software license)
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(359) See CECILL Free Software License Agreement, CECILL, archived at http://perma.cc/6MCA-GJP7 (declaring the exclusion of noninfringement by stating that "the Licensor does not either expressly or tacitly warrant that the Software does not infringe any third party intellectual right ...").
OVERALL FINISHING ORDER: 1 Alex Cox (MO, 21:30); 2 Jillan Mooton (JG, 22:20); 3 Abi Pendew (LO, 22:57); 4 Luke Allen (MO, 25:39); 5 Gerry Cox (M50+, 25:48); 6 Mark Evenson (JB, 25:51); 7 Cecill Scoros (L40+, 25:55); 8 Alex Quinn (JG, 26:12); 9 Caroline Cox (JG, 26:14); 10 Laura Pedersen (JG, 26:51); 11 Brian Crigler (MO, 27:20); 12 Karsten Pedersen (M40, 27:48); 13 Delta Bradshaw (JB, 28:17); 14 Larson Bunting (JG, 28:18); 15 Ahmed Alsaei (MO, 29:09); 16 Susan Alley (L40+, 33:00).
An allegorical libel written in reference to Essex, "A dreame alludinge to my L of Essex, and his adversaries," has marginal notes identifying "a stately Hart" as Essex and "a CAMMELS uglie broode" as "Sir Rob: Cecill crookbackt" ("Early Smart" A7).
But Throckmorton was not trying to displace Cecil, and indeed recommended his urgent summoning: '[i]t may please you to call Mr Cecill to exercise the role of Secretary about your person forthwith'.
Cecill Lord Burghley, Samuel Haynes and William Murdin (eds) 2 vols (London, 1740-59), 2.762; and J.E.
For example, he made careful provision for his Garter insignia, staling that 'I doe give to my [elder] sonne Thomas Cecill my best greatest Coller with the george thereto pendant: and the second greate Coller to my sonne Robert Cecill ...
(19.) The gendering of Clifford's history extends even to the entries concerning the usurping uncle and cousin, for Clifford remarks that Grizel Hughes, the wife of Francis Clifford, refrained from going to the properties under dispute between her husband and sister-in-law, and she praises Frances Cecill, the wife of her cousin Henry: "She was a Lady of a Noble & Just mind, very bountifull to her power, & kind & loving to her friends & Kindred" (53v).
In one of the earliest cases (1691) John Ker, merchant burgess of Edinburgh, discovered that not only had his wife, Cecill Scott, been 5 months and 3 weeks gone with child to another man at the time she married him, she had continued to meet her lover about 3 times a week after the marriage.(34) But this motive cannot account for the cases where the couple had been living apart for years, the guilty party cohabiting with someone else who was then cited as co-respondent in the case.
father be now keipt down, Will Cecill shalbe abell to keip as many men att his heeles as he & more to, he may also mache in abetter [sic.] howse then his, & so yt feare is not worth the fearinge; butt if the father continew he wilbe able to break the branches & pull up the tree root and all, lose not your advantage, if yow do I rede your destiney.