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And that's what our founders had in mind when they said 'Novus ordo seclorum'- a new order.
7) By the time the Ordo Prophetarum was copied at the end of the twelfth century, the Glossa ordinaria had for decades been the sine qua non of textbooks for the study of the Bible.
Martha Moore-Keish focused on Christian faithfulness to the Ordo and its function as a framework upon which cultures build liturgies.
The story heats up as San Franciscan police and Colette, Hector's wife, follow the trail of the murderer and uncover a trail leading to the Colombian embassy and Ordo Novus.
The founding fathers used the motto "novus ordo seclorum" (new order of the ages) to show the nation was "a new idea on the world scene," she said.
Grabill is not the only recent writer to note that Calvin's frequent use of such expressions as lex naturae, natura dictat, and naturae ordo does not necessarily point to an elaborated natural law system.
Below the pyramid, this inscription, "Novus Ordo Seclorum" (A New Order of the Ages).
Author James Wasserman is a thirty-year member of the Ordo Templi Orientis, has written other books on the topic, and here provides a history of the Order and its legends and mysteries.
While "Muller-Armack assigns to the state broad competences including the definition and realization of collective objectives, Eucken calls for a limited government in order to safeguard individual liberty" (Lange-von Kulessa and Andreas Renner, "Die Soziale Marktwirtschaft Alfred Muller-Armacks und der Ordoliberalismus der Freiburger Schule--Zur Unvereinbarkeit zweier Staatsauffassungen," ORDO 49 [1998]: 79-104, 104).
The strong sense that Zoraida remains "outside the fold" echoes the Ordo Baptismi in the Tri-dentine ceremony, which begins outside of the church building.
Today's study, written by economists Alejandro Micco, Ernesto Stein and Guillermo Ordo ez of the Inter-American Development Bank, found the 12 eurozone countries enjoyed a boost in trade not only with one another but also with non-euro states in the first two years of European Monetary Union between 1999 and 2001.
He sold this to Secretary [of the Treasury Henry] Morgenthau on the prosaic ground that Novus ordo [new order] was Latin for New Deal, and for many years afterward Morgenthau was beset by people who assumed that the appearance of the Great Pyramid on the currency signified his own attachment to some esoteric fellowship.
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