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   Title, Canon
1 4,69 | Once the convocation has taken place according to the canons, 2 7,204 | long as the precaution is taken that the eparchy not~suffer 3 7,220 | exercise it unless he has taken canonical possession of 4 7,222 | provided that he has already taken canonical possession of 5 7,230 | custom and which~is to be taken from the goods of the eparchy; ( 6 7,288 | his office unless he has~taken canonical possession of 7 10,344 | care is generally to be taken that students obtain a civil 8 10,344 | special institute, having taken into account any earlier 9 10,349 | sciences; therefore, having~taken into account the wisdom 10 10,390 | sufficiently~provided, is to be taken into account. 2. They also 11 12,467 | necessary steps~shall be taken at once in order that the 12 12,526 | but in such a manner that taken~together the time shall 13 14,592 | particular care has to be taken to~promote forms of apostolate 14 15,621 | Eastern Churches~is to be taken into account, so that the 15 15,625 | however, great~care is to be taken that the proper nature of 16 16,720 | general prescriptions having taken counsel with the patriarch 17 16,767 | impediment is based,~had been taken to the judicial forum; ( 18 16,768 | 762, 1, n. 4, and those~taken to the judicial forum, not 19 16,872 | that security means are taken to protect~the sacred and 20 16,879 | After the internment has taken place, a record is to be 21 20,949 | Once the convocation has taken place according to the~Canons, 22 20,966 | Canon 966~Once it has taken effect, the loss of an office 23 21,991 | legitimately appealed or recourse taken.~ 24 23,1040| type of action is to be taken to vindicate the rights 25 23,1040| whom this action is to be~taken.~ 26 24,1105| Canon 1105~A person who has taken part in a case as a judge, 27 24,1144| contestatio) has already taken place. 2. After a~definitive 28 25,1249| acts whether the oath was~taken, omitted, or refused, also 29 25,1321| the joinder of issues has taken place the case is to be 30 25,1328| but~with due caution being taken to indemnify the person 31 27,1422| otherwise. 3. Care~shall be taken that the petition for remission 32 27,1427| document. 2. Care shall~be taken that the public reprimand 33 27,1442| the Divine Eucharist or taken or retained~it for a sacrilegious 34 27,1453| 3. A religious~who has taken a public and perpetual vow 35 28,1468| superfluous. 2. Care must be taken lest anyone's good name 36 28,1469| whether the action is to be taken~through a penal trial or 37 29,1499| obscure, recourse is to be taken to parallel~passages, if 38 30,1545| the year are said to~be taken as they appear in the calendar. 39 30,1545| a year are always to be taken as they appear in the calendar.~


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