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   Title, Canon
1 1,15 | faithful are free to make known their needs, especially~ 2 1,15 | right to~make their opinion known to the other Christian faithful, 3 10,360 | he has made such a desire known in writing to~both eparchial 4 12,552 | they must be always made known to the member, granting 5 16,771 | sacred orders are to be made~known publicly in the parish church 6 20,964 | postulation is to be made known immediately to~the one postulated 7 20,966 | an office is to be made~known as soon as possible to all 8 21,992 | resignation of the~delegate made known to and accepted by the one 9 22,1001| the day the decree is made known the~party by which the author 10 22,1001| which the decree is made known to the party.~ 11 24,1075| place of residence is not known can be brought into court 12 24,1086| licentiates in canon law, known for prudence~and zeal for 13 24,1087| licentiates, in canon law,~and be known for prudence and zeal for 14 24,1130| a language which is not~known by the judge or the parties, 15 25,1191| libellus is not to be made known to the respondent before 16 25,1191| the citation is to be made known to the guardian, curator~ 17 25,1195| the judge is~to be made known to the parties; unless they 18 25,1229| regard to whatever was made known to~them in connection with 19 25,1231| everything~which has become known to them by reason of sacramental 20 25,1233| domicile are to be made known to the tribunal. 2. The~ 21 25,1235| their names are to be made known~to the parties; however, 22 25,1237| decree of the judge made~known to the witness according 23 25,1273| fault was unable to be made known earlier, the respondent~ 24 25,1281| the acts which are not~yet known to them; a copy of the acts 25 25,1289| issue is plainly and fully known from the acts~and proofs.~ 26 25,1292| individual judge are to be made known~in the order of precedence, 27 25,1297| dispositive section has been made known to the parties with the 28 25,1302| which, although they were~known to the party proposing the 29 25,1315| translated into a language~known to the tribunal and authenticated.~ 30 25,1354| expressed~is to be made known to the parties as soon as 31 26,1370| second sentence has been made known to them unless a prohibition 32 29,1514| latter act has been made known to the person for whom it 33 29,1518| and proofs which can be known without danger of~public


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