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   Title, Canon
1 7,206 | according to the manner set up by the~synod of bishops 2 7,256 | The eparchial bishop is to set up in a safe place the archive 3 10,330 | council of hierarchs to set up a program for the~training 4 10,330 | common law is more precisely~set forth for seminaries located 5 10,330 | a~program of formation, set up by mutual agreement, 6 10,340 | 340~1. If a curriculum is set up in the seminary itself 7 11,402 | into account the doctrine set forth by the magisterium 8 11,406 | aware of the obligation set forth in can. 14, should~ 9 12,471 | has a facility of studies set~up according to can. 340, 10 12,536 | of studies of their own set up according to can. 340,~ 11 13,574 | Christian faithful which set out to teach Christian doctrine 12 15,616 | of the word of God should set aside words of~human wisdom 13 15,657 | and, within~the limits set by it, to bishops and to 14 15,664 | commission of censors may be set up for the local hierarch, 15 16,735 | confession on days and hours set for their convenience. ~ 16 19,922 | authority that is competent to set it up as a juridic person. ~ 17 19,928 | except those that have been set up or approved by the~Apostolic 18 19,928 | juridic persons that have been set up by~himself, unless they 19 23,1013| right, within the limits set by~the particular law of 20 23,1036| more than double the amount set by the~synod of bishops 21 24,1124| 1124~1. The time limits set by law for extinguishing 22 24,1142| the peremptory time limits set by the judge.~ 23 25,1233| presented within the time limit set by the~judge; otherwise 24 25,1274| the day and at the hour set~for the joinder of issues ( 25 25,1282| more to add, or the time set by the judge for proposing 26 25,1286| within a short period of time set by the judge. 2. This~right 27 25,1293| collegiate tribunal, the~judges set a longer period of time 28 25,1294| they must be fulfilled; (3) set fourth~the reasons, that 29 25,1307| the time period for acting set by cann. 1303, 2 and 1304, 30 25,1314| whom appeal is made has set a longer period of time 31 25,1342| discretion and prudence~is to set a time limit for fulfilling 32 25,1344| is introduced must: (1) ~set forth briefly, completely 33 25,1346| demand it, that judge is to~set a time limit for the petitioner 34 27,1409| offense within~the time set by the judge; otherwise 35 28,1468| matter,~if a penal trial is set in motion later.~ 36 28,1475| deliberation the~trial was set in motion. 2. For validity, 37 28,1486| notary~present; (3) there be set forth in the decree itself 38 29,1515| 1520, 2 and 1527, is to be set forth in~writing; likewise,


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