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persist 1
persists 3
person 293
personal 35
personality 3
personally 25
personnel 2
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35 held
35 long
35 parochial
35 personal
35 protosyncellus
35 spirit
34 belongs

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personal

   Title, Canon
1 3,45 | determine the manner, either personal or collegial, of~exercising 2 4,78 | ordinary and proper, but personal. Thus, the patriarch cannot 3 4,99 | patriarch is to see that the personal Statutes in force~in the 4 4,99 | recognized or conceded by~the personal Statutes, it is expedient 5 6,157 | ordinary and proper, but personal; thus, he cannot constitute 6 7,212 | circumstances, even~of a personal nature, a coadjutor bishop 7 7,248 | chosen on account of his personal qualifications.~ 8 7,280 | council, it is expedient, personal parishes are~to be erected 9 8,320 | committed to the exarch for his personal qualifications.~ 10 10,330 | specific norms~about the personal, spiritual, doctrinal and 11 10,344 | to be~trained in making personal and responsible decisions 12 12,421 | suitable provision for their personal needs, to care zealously 13 12,431 | they do not~come to him for personal reasons.~ 14 16,682 | exhorted to have~sorrow for personal sins. 2. A person who is 15 16,776 | woman by an irrevocable~personal consent establish between 16 16,783 | of their children; (2) by personal~preparation of the parties 17 16,796 | means other than letter or personal access.~ 18 16,829 | 2. The hierarch and the personal pastor, by virtue of their 19 21,982 | hierarch was chosen~for his personal qualifications, a habitual 20 23,1019| historical~or material value, personal or real rights and claims, 21 24,1139| party can freely appoint a personal procurator and advocate; 22 24,1151| without prejudice to any personal Statutes which might be 23 25,1188| does not lack legitimate personal~standing in court, he must 24 25,1188| petitioner lacks legitimate personal standing in court; (3) ~ 25 25,1191| have the free exercise of~personal rights or the free administration 26 25,1253| witness~testifies in virtue of personal knowledge, especially what 27 25,1273| being detained which without personal fault was unable to be made 28 25,1342| sentence, or the executor with personal discretion and prudence~ 29 26,1358| 1358~Without prejudice to personal Statutes where they are 30 26,1378| Canon 1378~1. Personal separation of spouses, unless 31 27,1405| observing the territorial and personal limitations of his competence. 32 29,1491| territory or unless the laws are personal ones; (2) are not~bound 33 29,1525| executor has been chosen for personal qualifications, or the person 34 29,1526| first had been chosen for personal~qualifications.~ 35 29,1533| privilege~ceases: (1) if it is personal, when the person to whom


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