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precedence 8
precedes 8
preceding 3
precept 20
preceptive 1
precepts 4
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20 offices
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20 precept
20 preserved
20 prudence
20 put

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precept

   Title, Canon
1 1,25 | justice and, mindful~of the precept of the Lord, to assist the 2 27,1406| moderation, threaten by~precept determinate penalties, with 3 27,1406| even these penalties by precept with the consent of the 4 27,1406| is equivalent to a penal precept.~ 5 27,1412| is bound by the law or a precept is also subject to~the penalty 6 27,1414| violated a~penal law or a penal precept, either by deliberate action 7 27,1414| ignorance of the law or precept. 2. Once the external~violation 8 27,1414| of a penal law or penal precept has occurred, it is~presumed 9 27,1414| presumed~only if the law or precept is violated again after 10 27,1415| penalty established in law or precept, as long as~there is still 11 27,1416| than foreseen in the law or precept, not excluding the penalties 12 27,1417| mentioned in the law or precept, they~can be punished with 13 27,1418| offense, unless the law or the~precept provides otherwise. 2. If, 14 27,1419| exempt someone~from a penal precept, can also remit the penalty 15 27,1419| virtue of the same law or precept. 2. In addition, the power 16 27,1419| others by the law or~penal precept.~ 17 27,1420| particular law or a penal~precept, unless the particular law 18 27,1464| been established in law or precept for such an~abuse. 2. One, 19 29,1514| An individual decree or precept ceases to~have force also 20 29,1514| been issued; a singular precept ceases on the termination


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