expositio
index description, narration, publication (disclosure)

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  • Expositio — (lat.), Aussetzung (s.d.) …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Expositio — Expositio, lat., Exposition, Verbrechen der Aussetzung hilfsbedürftiger Kinder von Seite der Eltern, um dieselben nicht ernähren zu müssen; Darstellung; Uebersetzung …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • expositio — /ekspazish(iy)ow/ Explanation; exposition; interpretation …   Black's law dictionary

  • expositio — /ekspazish(iy)ow/ Explanation; exposition; interpretation …   Black's law dictionary

  • expositio — Exposition; interpretation; explanation …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • Expositio in Matthaeum Evangelistam — Exposito in Matthaeum Evangelistam ( Commentary on the Gospel of Matthew ) is a work by the ninth century Benedictine monk Christian of Stavelot. As its name implies, it is a commentary on the Gospel of Matthew. In the preface, Christian promised …   Wikipedia

  • Expositio Totius Mundi —    Travelogue of the mid fourth century. It was probably written by a Greek merchant, but it is preserved only in two Latin versions. It begins with a fictitious account of Eden, then moves westward with descriptions of India, Persia, Syria,… …   Historical dictionary of Byzantium

  • expositio quae ex visceribus causae nascitur, est aptissima et fortissima in lege — /ekspazish(iy)ow kwiy eks vasehrabas koziy nabsatar est aeptisama et fortisama in liyjiy/ That kind of interpretation which is born [or drawn] from the bowels [or vitals] of a cause is the aptest and most forcible in the law …   Black's law dictionary

  • expositio quae ex visceribus causae nascitur, est aptissima et fortissima in lege — /ekspazish(iy)ow kwiy eks vasehrabas koziy nabsatar est aeptisama et fortisama in liyjiy/ That kind of interpretation which is born [or drawn] from the bowels [or vitals] of a cause is the aptest and most forcible in the law …   Black's law dictionary

  • Expositio, quae ex visceribus causae nascitur, est aptissima et fortissima in lege — That interpretation which springs from the essence of a cause is the most apt and the most powerful in law …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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