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They and ordered
They ordered the raising of troops and obtained 75,000 livres with which to build forts.
They were further ordered to join a " spontaneous " demonstration demanding Pasternak's exile from the Soviet Union.
They can also be ordered via the publishing units of many other national standards bodies ( ANSI, DIN, etc.
They were hidden in the house of an unlikely confederate – Chretien de Lamoignon Malesherbes, the very official who ordered the search.
They were ordered to break out southwards into the desert and then make their way east.
They ordered the biggest magnet available – a 1. 5T system – and built the first high-field whole-body MRI / MRS scanner, overcoming problems of coil design, RF penetration and signal-to-noise.
They were branded as " Methodist " by students at Oxford who derided the methodical way they ordered their lives.
They were ordered to convert to Roman Catholicism or leave Poland.
They ordered hundreds of copies of various military textbooks.
They drew up regulations for good government, but the Bahamian governor, William Shirley, drew up his own regulations for the Turks and ordered that no one might work at salt raking who had not signed assent to his regulations.
** They are either odd-numbered, going north-south, ordered with E1 in the west.
They ordered the president to release them to the special prosecutor.
They ordered the carriage to stop near a group of shops and went into one of the stores, where they were unrecognized because of their nurses ' uniforms.
They were ordered to travel to Roanoke first to gather Grenville's men, but when they arrived on July 22, 1587, they found nothing except a skeleton that may have been the remains of one of the English garrison.
They are also called wienerpølser and legend has it they originate from Vienna where it was once ordered that day-old sausages be dyed as a means of warning.
They will thus make all that I have ordered, the Communion Tent, the Ark of the Covenant, the ark cover to go on it, all the utensils for the tent, the table and its utensils, the pure menorah and all its utensils, the incense altar, the sacrificial altar and all its utensils, the washstand and its base, the packing cloths, the sacred vestments for Aaron the priest, the vestments that his sons wear to serve, the anointing oil, and the incense for the sanctuary.
They were ordered to leave their homes in a single night, and were allowed only one suitcase per person to store their belongings.
They also disbursed funds as ordered by the courts.
They were ordered to ignore commercial and military traffic and to concentrate on more elusive transmissions.
They ordered an advance by the Imperial troops which resulted in the quick collapse and rout of the weakened Swedish left wing infantry brigades.
They are here ordered after size.
They ordered Holmes to fight Greg Page, the # 1 contender, or be stripped of the title.
They found him to be sane and guilty, and the judge ordered the death sentence.
They are required to serve court papers when so ordered, and to apprehend and bring to justice any lawbreakers or fugitives, suppress riots or unlawful assemblies, enforce state law and generally keep the peace.
They strengthened their flank positions opposite the Allied pincers and on the 22nd, Ludendorff ordered to take up a line from the upper Ourcq to Marfaux.

They and papal
They are first mentioned in the papal bulls Extravagantes of Pope John XXII and of Pope Benedict XII.
They were sold to Germany in 1884 through papal mediation.
They took Damietta and a few other places in Egypt, but lack of unity among the Christians and rivalry between their leaders and the papal legate Pelagius resulted in failure.
They secured the consecration of Eugene, who was the archpriest of St Sabina on the Aventine, although by a decree of the Roman Council of 769, under Stephen IV, they had no right to a real share in a papal election.
* They say that sedevacantists wrongly treat certain papal statements of the past as if they were ex cathedra declarations.
* They deny that they implicitly repudiate the dogma of papal infallibility as defined at the First Vatican Council, and maintain that, on the contrary, they are the fiercest defenders of this doctrine, since they teach that the Apostolic See of Peter, under the rule of a true Pope, cannot promulgate contradictory teachings.
They were assembled by order of archbishop Lullus, Boniface's successor in Mainz, and were initially organized into two parts, a section containing the papal correspondence and another with his private letters.
They concerned the relations of the Byzantine Court to papal elections.
They held sessions, promulgated decrees, interfered in the government of the papal countship of Venaissin, treated with the Hussites, and, as representatives of the universal Church, presumed to impose laws upon the sovereign pontiff himself.
They joined locals in an attack on the palaces of the pope and his nephew at the papal residence at Anagni, the notorious ' Outrage of Anagni '.
They are often classified as sedevacantists because they reject the official papal succession for the same reasons.
They claim that this contradicts Pope Pius XII's Mystici Corporis Christi and other papal documents.
They see this orientation as contradicting Pope Pius XI's Quas Primas, Pope Leo XIII's Rerum Novarum, and other papal and conciliar documents.
They believe that Pope Pius X's warnings in Pascendi Dominici Gregis, Leo XIII's Humanum Genus and other papal warnings against Freemasonry and other alleged enemies of Christianity have gone unheeded.
* They say that traditionalists of this kind treat papal authority in much the same way as the dissident, liberal Catholics whom traditionalists claim to oppose.
They saw the Catholic Church as a powerful force of reaction and anti-modernity, especially after the proclamation of papal infallibility in 1870, and the tightening control of the Vatican over the local bishops.
They received papal approval from Honorius III in 1226 and later by Innocent IV in 1247.
They may choose to issue an apostolic constitution, bull, encyclical, apostolic letter or give a papal speech.
They were both from the House of Trastámara and were second cousins, being both descended from John I of Castile ; on marriage they were given a papal dispensation to deal with consanguinity by Sixtus IV.
They said that the popes had found it impossible to recall to their allegiance and to due respect for ecclesiastical discipline the Frankish lords who had possessed themselves of episcopal sees ; that these lords, insensible to censures and anathemas, rude and untaught, recognized no authority but that of force ; and that the popes had, therefore, granted to Carloman, Pepin, and Charlemagne a spiritual authority which they were to exercise only under papal control.
They reject the Roman Catholic dogmas of the Immaculate Conception and Assumption of Mary as well as papal infallibility.
( They obtained a papal annulment of their marriage several years later.
They joined locals in an attack on the palaces of the pope and his nephew at the papal residence at Anagni, later referred to as the Outrage of Anagni.
They had some successes, such as the expulsion of the papal custodians from Vannes, but with no unifying leadership, mostly they were reduced to pleading for men and money from London.
They cannot have such a value unless a high-ranking bishop is writing a more solemn text, and not a mere theological opinion ; otherwise, L ' Osservatore does not have the authority to write or approve encyclicals and papal allocutions.

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