NOVAM

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NOVAMNavy Oceanic Vertical Aerosol Model
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Atque si consensionis litus mare suspicionis depellat, ambo coniungamus ut opus novum faciamus, non novam libram imperii, at viam novam iuris, in qua fortes sunt iusti, parvi tuti, pax retenta.
The traditional version of the birth of modern science centers around the figures of Francis Bacon and Rene Descartes; Bacon for popularizing observation and experimentation, particularly in Novam Organum published in 1620, and Descartes for his mechanical worldview and skepticism, most famously expressed in Discourse on the Method (1637) as "Je pense, donc je suis"--"I think therefore I am." Though like all official stories this one is open for revision, or at least a lot of expansion.
Judea, the people of the old covenant, can be overthrown only by the new covenant, which is marked by Christ's Nativity; as the prologue declaims, "Ecce regem / novam legem ...
Vertebratorum synopsis in Museo Mediolanense extantium quae per novam orbem Cajetanjus Osculati collegit annis 1846-47-48.
19-21: Habentes itaque, fratres, fiduciam in introitum Sanctorum in sanguine Iesu, quam initiavit nobis viam novam et viventem per velamen, id est carnem suam, et sacerdotem magnum super domum Dei.
receptis de denariis collectis per garciones villae Ripon hoc anno et datis tam ad novam cellaturam parcell' del Rooff in navi ecclesiae praedictae quam pro nova factura cujusdam nebulae pro lee Holy Goost, ut patet indentura inter dictos garciones et istum computantem confecta super hunc compotum ostensa.
Habes quot modis depraventur inscriptiones, et vides rem adeo neque raram esse, neque novam, ut in nullo fere scriptore non contigerit, frequentius autem in praeclaris, et gratiosis.