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petitions 7
philosophical 4
philosophical-theological 3
physical 20
physically 2
piety 14
pilgrimage 2
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20 minor
20 notify
20 offices
20 physical
20 precept
20 preserved
20 prudence

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physical

   Title, Canon
1 Prel,5 | by~the Apostolic See to physical and juridic persons which 2 12,547 | perpetual profession. 2. ~Physical or psychic illness, even 3 15,629 | having developed their~physical, intellectual, and moral 4 16,720 | God and the Church; only physical or moral impossibility excuses 5 16,758 | both the morals and the physical and psychological qualities 6 16,783 | their power to see to do the physical, religious, moral,~social 7 16,807 | a spouse through mutual physical~or moral cooperation.~ 8 19,920 | Canon 920~Besides physical persons, there are also 9 19,923 | made up of at least three physical persons.~ 10 23,1012| A tax can be levied on~physical persons only according to 11 23,1015| Canon 1015~Physical and juridic persons cannot 12 24,1055| vindicate~the rights of physical or juridic person, or to 13 24,1061| Canon 1061~Persons, whether physical persons who are not bishops 14 24,1063| who are not~bishops; (2) physical or juridic persons immediately 15 24,1069| 1. Controversies between physical or juridic persons of the~ 16 24,1069| controversy arises between physical or juridic~persons of various 17 24,1069| consecrated life~and any other physical or juridic person, the eparchial 18 29,1532| certain persons,~whether physical or juridic, by means of 19 29,1534| competent authority. 2. Any physical person can renounce a privilege 20 29,1534| of that~person alone. 3. Physical persons cannot validly renounce


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