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43 considered
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   Title, Canon
1 3,48 | prescribed by the law or the nature of the matter indicates 2 4,78 | patriarchal Church unless the nature of the~matter or the common 3 5,152 | or it is evident from the nature of the matter.~ 4 7,212 | circumstances, even~of a personal nature, a coadjutor bishop can 5 7,215 | especially those of a pastoral nature. 4. The coadjutor bishop 6 7,229 | or it is evident from the nature of the matter.~ 7 7,257 | which are~public by their nature and which pertain to the 8 8,313 | otherwise evident from the nature of the matter.~ 9 10,344 | appropriate virtues of human~nature. 3. The curriculum of a 10 12,425 | appears otherwise from the nature of the matter.~ 11 12,427 | appears otherwise from the nature of the matter.~ 12 12,500 | was preceded, unless the nature of the reason for dismissal 13 12,554 | it is~apparent from the nature of the matter.~ 14 12,557 | unless this is against the nature~of the matter.~ 15 12,561 | otherwise certain from the nature of the matter, without prejudice 16 13,574 | ends whose pursuit by their nature is reserved to the~same 17 15,625 | be taken that the proper nature of Catholic catechesis~is 18 16,776 | whole of life, is by its nature ordered toward the good 19 16,801 | or relative, of its very nature invalidates a~marriage. 20 16,818 | due to causes of a psychic nature.~ 21 16,821 | party which of its very nature can seriously disturb~the 22 16,890 | Canon 890~By its nature a vow obliges no one except 23 19,920 | which correspond to their nature.~ 24 19,922 | juridic person; (2) the nature of the juridic person; ( 25 19,927 | Canon 927~1. By its nature a juridic person is perpetual; 26 20,936 | or it is clear from the nature of the case.~ 27 21,986 | contrary is certain from the nature of the~case; he can also 28 21,995 | or it is evident from~the nature of the matter, also for 29 24,1095| clearly necessary from the nature of the matter. 2. ~If the 30 24,1113| Moreover, as often as the~nature of a case or the proofs 31 24,1125| taking into consideration the nature of each act.~ 32 24,1149| available and of its very~nature perpetual, unless something 33 24,1162| Canon 1162~In regard to the nature and force of a possessory 34 25,1255| fact or to clarify the true nature of~some thing by reason 35 26,1376| to be applied unless the~nature of the matter precludes 36 26,1386| to be observed unless the nature~of the matter precludes 37 27,1407| can inflict a penalty, the nature of the offense permits it, 38 27,1418| actions or~omissions by their nature lead to the execution of 39 27,1424| possible considering the~nature of the penalty.~ 40 28,1471| otherwise indicated by the nature of the matter, the canons 41 29,1489| Acta, unless because of the nature of the matter~they bind 42 29,1491| law or is clear from the nature of the matter. 2. Without~ 43 29,1506| or it is clear from the nature of the~matter.~


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