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begotten 7
behalf 2
behooves 1
being 27
believe 3
believed 1
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29 wish
28 however
28 see
27 being
27 forbid
27 others
27 suitable

Lateran IV

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being

   Canon
1 1 | salvation of the human race, and being dead descended into hell, 2 1 | bread and wine; the bread being changed (transsubstantiatio) 3 2 | Cor- 3: 8); and, "So we being many, are one body in Christ" ( 4 2 | therefore, the Father is one (being), and the Son is another, 5 2 | therefore, that the Son in being begotten received without 6 3 | element. Those condemned, being handed over to the secular 7 3 | with due justice, clerics being first degraded from their 8 3 | suspected, due consideration being given to the nature of the 9 3 | worthless, for, the author being condemned, let them enjoy 10 7 | requires, due order, however, being observed in all things. 11 8 | punished without the superior being both accuser and judge in 12 8 | reserve lest, the pillars being shattered, the edifice itself 13 12 | ecclesiastical censure-every appeal being denied-they restrain advocates, 14 15 | SUMMARY Clerics, who after being warned do not abstain from 15 22 | so that, spiritual health being restored, bodily health 16 22 | greater benefit, for the cause being removed the effect will 17 24 | chapter, absolutely no appeal being allowed. Or the authority 18 33 | accompanying them. This restriction being observed, should the legates 19 33 | delay in any place, to avoid being too great a burden on the 20 44 | they be pious, their duty being to obey, not to command, 21 48 | judge, due consideration being given to the distance, time, 22 57 | in regard to them, lest being misunderstood they lead 23 58 | excommunicated and interdicted being excluded, they may sometimes 24 67 | Christians also, every appeal being set aside, shall, if necessary, 25 69 | matter, prohibiting Jews from being given preference in the 26 HLD| malice and ill will, that being thus fortified with spiritual 27 HLD| some religious orders only being excepted and those (clerics)


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