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accepted

   Title, Canon
1 3,44 | means of legitimate election accepted by him together~with episcopal 2 3,44 | manifested, but not that it~be accepted by anyone.~ 3 3,50 | initiated or has been freely accepted by the Roman Pontiff so~ 4 3,54 | manner, initiated or freely~accepted by the Roman Pontiff, in 5 4,75 | If the one who is elected accepted and is an ordained bishop, 6 7,211 | resignation from office was accepted, obtains the title of eparchial 7 7,251 | of the term, resignation accepted by the eparchial~bishop, 8 7,297 | from office by resignation accepted by the~eparchial bishop, 9 10,342 | abilities. 2. No one is to~be accepted unless it is shown with 10 15,661 | authority shows that the text is accepted by the Church or that the~ 11 16,718 | themselves made a confession and accepted an appropriate penance, 12 16,818 | to be mutually given and accepted; (3) who are~not capable 13 16,889 | A vow is public if it is accepted in the~name of the Church 14 20,958 | the person elected who~has accepted the election immediately 15 20,965 | resignation which has been accepted.~ 16 20,970 | long as it has not yet been accepted. 3. The authority is not 17 21,992 | delegate made known to and accepted by the one delegating; it~ 18 23,1044| they have been lawfully accepted,~are to be scrupulously 19 23,1048| foundation to be validly accepted by a juridic~person, the 20 23,1048| as well as~those already accepted; the same hierarch is to 21 23,1048| cannot be~constituted or accepted, are to be defined in particular 22 23,1052| time the obligations were accepted. 5. The powers mentioned 23 24,1108| 1108~If the objection is accepted, the persons must be changed, 24 24,1173| unless the duties~have been accepted in writing.~ 25 24,1178| when~all the arbitrators accepted the appointment; the parties 26 25,1189| considered as~having been accepted.~ 27 25,1190| considered as having been accepted in virtue of the~norm of 28 25,1205| communicated to the other party,~accepted, or at least not attacked, 29 25,1231| of confession cannot be accepted as even an indication~of 30 25,1278| Unless the innovation is accepted by the law itself, an attempt~ 31 25,1331| appeals. 2. If the petition is accepted and the~opponent acts at 32 26,1363| introducing the suit has been accepted,~the presiding judge or 33 26,1392| this can be legitimately accepted by the eparchial bishop~ 34 26,1392| eparchial bishop~and is actually accepted.~ 35 27,1459| authority, and the one who accepted ordination from them in 36 27,1461| One who has conferred or accepted holy orders through simony,~ 37 28,1475| the renunciation~must be accepted by the accused unless such 38 28,1486| so long as they have been accepted in writing by~the guilty 39 29,1534| unless the renunciation is accepted by the competent authority.


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