DECET

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DECETDiversity in Early Childhood Education and Training (Belgium)
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Ademas, su contenido se inserta en la bula <<Sic decet Romanum>> de 1 de febrero de 1474; y una referencia a la misma bula de 21 de marzo de 1472 se halla tambien en la bula <<Ad Romani Pontificis providentiam>> (5 de febrero de 1474) y en la <<Decens reputamus>> (1 de septiembre de 1474).
Quae si nomen regis a regendo sumptum est et decet regem regere alios et esse regulam aliorum, oportet regem in regendo alios sequi rectam rationem et per consequens sequi naturalem legem, quia in tantum recte regit in quantum a lege naturali non deviat; est tamen super legem positivam, quia illa sua auctoritate constituit [...] ; quare positiva lex est infra principantem sicut lex naturalis est supra."
quam ob rem ego te hoc, soror, tametsi es maior, moneo, ut tuom memineris officium: etsi illi improbi sint atque aliter nobis faciant quom aequomst, tam pol ne quid magis sit, omnibus obnixe opibus nostrum officium meminisse decet. PAN.
After the Church had tackled the problem of nepotism with Innocent XII's bull Romanum decet Pontificem of 1692, Pius X put order into the overlapping responsibilities of various curial departments with the reform of 1908, which "had applied, at least to some extent, the principle of separation of powers." (7) On the one hand, the reform of 1908, coordinated by the Secretariat of State and the Congregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs, acknowledged the end of the Papal States and the consequences of that epochal change for the government of the Church.
For sense sendeth over to Imagination before Reason have judged: and Reason sendeth over to Imagination before the Decree can be acted; for Imagination ever precedeth Voluntary Motion: saving that this Janus of Imagination hath differing faces; for the face towards Reason hath the print of truth, but the face towards Action hath the print of Good; which nevertheless are faces, "Quales decet esse sororum." [Such as sisters' faces should be].
(Laws 6:775b) Bibere ad ebrietatem, neque alibi unquam decet, praeterquam in solennitatibus euis dei qui largitus est vinum.
nam castum esse decet pium poetam ipsum, versiculos nihil necesse est; qui tum denique habent salem ac leporem, si sunt molliculi ac parum pudici, et quod pruriat incitare possunt, non dico pueris, sed his pilosis qui duros nequeunt mouere lumbos.