1 1 | copies thereof shall still remain affixed in the same places.
2 7,2| before the Ordinary, shall remain in force; in which cases
3 9,1| without danger of their lives remain in this city, and that ./.
4 14,2| which are reserved or which remain after communion, the true
5 14,3| the ancient canons shall remain untouched. ~CHAPTER II. ~
6 14,5| oecumenical Council, and there remain and abide, and propose therein,
7 15,5| holy Synod thereupon shall remain in its full force. But general
8 15,5| transferred to another order shall remain under obedience in enclosure,
9 15,5| easily from their superior to remain out of their monastery,
10 15,5| with the view that he shall remain perpetually in enclosure
11 16,2| of Trent, and there to remain, abide, sojourn, and to
12 17,2| thence, copies thereof shall remain affixed in those same places.
13 19,3| city of Trent, and there to remain, abide, sojourn, and to
14 23,1| and the memory thereof remain even unto the end of the
15 24,2| of such revenues as may remain over and above the suitable
16 25,2| better and more blessed to remain in virginity, or in celibacy,
17 25,3| or an immemorial custom,-remain ipso jure suspended, until
18 25,3| abducted, so long as she shall remain in the power of the abducer.
19 25,4| exemption and privileges shall remain whole and entire. ~Diocesan
20 25,4| parochial, which right shall remain inviolate. But, in those
21 26,3| and rights thereof, shall remain firm and inviolate. ~CHAPTER
22 26,4| shall, with obdurate heart, remain for a year in the defilement
23 26,4| prelates and other clerics remain, quietly and without hindrances,
24 26,4| the Aposto1ic See shall remain untouched. ~Lastly, the
25 26,5| congregation, the things which remain are deferred till tomorrow,