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   Title, Canon
1 7,270 | renewed within a five-year period. 2. ~When the eparchial 2 7,271 | constituted for a~five-year period but upon the expiration 3 7,271 | the determined five-year~period there is no minimum number 4 7,284 | be named for a determined~period of time unless: (1) it concerns 5 10,360 | eparchy for a determined period of time, even renewed many 6 10,386 | their eparchy for a notable period~of time determined by particular 7 12,449 | an experienced monk for a~period of time specified in the 8 12,488 | through some probationary period, not longer~than a year, 9 12,513 | superior, an appropriate period of time is required~after 10 12,518 | shall undergo~an appropriate period of preparation to be determined 11 12,522 | novices to live for a certain period of time in another~house 12 12,532 | 464, that there has been a period of~temporary profession 13 16,856 | the warning that after the period elapsed without any answer, 14 16,863 | continued conjugal living for a~period of six months and has not 15 20,943 | conferred for a determined period of time the~Canonical provision 16 20,947 | vacancy of the office; if this period of time has elapsed~without 17 20,975 | conferred for an indefinite period of time~except for grave 18 20,975 | conferred for a determined period of time before the term~ 19 22,999 | author~within a peremptory period of ten days from legal notice 20 22,1000| decree within the stated period or if recourse is sought 21 22,1001| proposed within a peremptory period of~fifteen days. 2. The 22 22,1001| of~fifteen days. 2. The period of fifteen days runs: (1) 23 23,1019| are prescribed after a period of one~hundred years; those 24 23,1019| eparchy are prescribed after a period of fifty years; those~which 25 23,1019| person are prescribed after a~period of thirty years.~ 26 24,1088| appointed for a definite period of time. ~2. If this period 27 24,1088| period of time. ~2. If this period of time elapses during the 28 24,1152| law has determined another period for prescription. ~3. Prescription 29 24,1163| never beyond a~ten day period; after such time, or if 30 25,1200| so within the brief time period~stated by the judge.~ 31 25,1276| with a brief and peremptory period of time assigned~to present 32 25,1284| determine an~appropriate period of time for the presentation 33 25,1286| rejoinders within a short period of time set by the judge. 34 25,1293| the~judges set a longer period of time for a serious reason.~ 35 25,1307| pronounced, within the time period for acting set by cann. 36 25,1314| is made has set a longer period of time for the party~of 37 25,1318| within a peremptory time period of fifteen days from the 38 25,1325| within the peremptory time period of~thirty days from the 39 26,1391| resign the pastorate within a period of fifteen days, after he~ 40 26,1393| within the prescribed time~period the eparchial bishop is 41 26,1399| predetermined time. ~3. If this period of time has passed in vain, 42 28,1474| advocate within a defined time period; if it elapses without result, 43 29,1518| an advocate, within the period of time established by the 44 29,1519| it, unless another time period is prescribed by a particular 45 29,1519| for the decree, the time period is thirty days; if even 46 30,1545| a day is understood as a period of time consisting of 24 47 30,1545| at midnight; a week is~a period of seven days, a month is 48 30,1545| seven days, a month is a period of 30 days and a year~a 49 30,1545| of 30 days and a year~a period of 365 days, unless the


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