OPTAT

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OPTATOff Premise Transitional Automated Ticket (airlines)
OPTATOccasional Papers in Translation and Textlinguistics
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This is true not only of the moderate spiritualist Optat, who even published a new Czech translation of the New Testament in 1533 and left behind several extensive sermon collections, but also for Entfelder and Bunderlin.
Jahrhunderts: Matej Poustevnik, Benes Optat, Johann Zeising (Jan Cizek), \an Dubcansky ze Zdenina und die Habrovaner (Lulcer) Bruder (Baden-Baden: Koerner Verlag, 2005), 101-121.
Among others, the coalition included the Utraquist magnate Johann von Pernstein, the Catholic knight Jan Dubcansky (both of whom later received book dedications by Hubmaier), the Utraquist priest Benes Optat, and the Catholics (and future Anabaptists) Leonhard von Liechtenstein and Martin Goschl.
On trouvera une histoire de la contestation des documents cites par Eusebe, Athanase, Optat et autres, et une defense de leur authenticite dans N.
Martin Rothkegel, "Benes Optat, 'On Baptism and Lord's Supper': An Utraquist Reformer's Opinion of Pilgram Marpeck's 'Vermahnung,'" MQR 79 (July 2005), 359-381.
Asemenea Germaniei in anii de dupa dictatura, statele postcomuniste au optat la inceputul anilor '90 pentru intrarea in comunitatea europeana, modalitate de iesire din izolarea la care fusesera condamnate de regimurile national-socialist, respectiv comunist.
Tritonic, 2010), in care a optat pentru studiul efectelor media prin teoria framing.
Cotidianul "Gazeta de Sud" a optat, prin politica sa editoriala, sa acorde un spatiu destul de amplu informatiilor privitoare la economia nationala, la situatia de la nivelul Romaniei.
timet, saepius optat, inuisior sibi quam seruientibus" (when he has
3, ad 2: "amicitia non retorqueat ad seipsum bonum quod ad alteram optat: diligimus enim amicos, etaim si nihil nobis debeat inde fieri"; In Sent.
(22) Vegetius does not use ingenium to describe military skill, but rather arte; "Igitur qui desiderat pacem praeparet bellum; qui victoriam cupit milites imbuat diligenter; qui secundos optat eventos dimicet arte, non casu" (Vegetius 64-65).