Translation: from latin to russian

from russian to latin

convictus

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  • Confessus et convictus — (lat., Rechtsw.), der bekennt hat u. überwiesen ist, s. u. Strafe u. Criminalbeweis …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Confessus et convictus — Confessus et convictus, lat., im Criminalproceß: geständig u. überführt …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • ob infamiam non solet juxta legem terra aliquis per legem apparentem se purgare, nisi prius convictus fuerit vel confessus in curia — /6b infeym(i)yam non sowlst jaksta liyjam tehriy slakwas par liyjam Eeparentam siy pargeriy, naysay prayas kanviktas vel kanfesas in kyur(i)ya/ On account of evil report, it is not usual, according to the law of the land, for any person to purge… …   Black's law dictionary

  • utlagatus pro contumacia et fuga, non propter hoc convictus est de facto principali — /atlageytas prow kontameysh(iy)a et fyiiwga, non proptar hok kanviktas est diy faektow prinsapeylay/ One who is outlawed for contumacy and flight is not on that account convicted of the principal fact …   Black's law dictionary

  • Collegium Hosianum — Buildings of the Collegium Hosianum The Collegium Hosianum was the Jesuit collegium in Royal Prussia, Poland, founded in 1565, 1566 by Cardinal Stanislaus Hosius in Braniewo (Braunsberg). The city of Braniewo was then part of the Diocese of …   Wikipedia

  • University of Dillingen — The University of Dillingen, at Dillingen an der Donau in southern Germany, existed from 1551 to 1803. It was located in Swabia, then a district of Bavaria. Contents 1 Foundation 2 Later history 3 Graduates …   Wikipedia

  • University of Dillingen —     University of Dillingen     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► University of Dillingen     Located in Swabia, a district of Bavaria. Its founder was Cardinal Otto Truchsess von Waldburg, Prince Bishop of Augsburg (1543 1573). He first established it… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Konvikt — Kon|vikt 〈[ vı̣kt] n. 11; österr.〉 kath. Internat für Schüler od. Studenten [<lat. convictus „das Zusammenleben“; zu vivere „leben“] * * * Kon|vịkt, das; [e]s, e [lat. convictus = das Zusammenleben, die Tischgemeinschaft, zu: convictum, 2.… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • КОНВИКТ — (лат. convictus, от convivere жить вместе). Общий стол в высших учебных заведениях, а также ученики, содержимые на счет казны или за малую плату. Словарь иностранных слов, вошедших в состав русского языка. Чудинов А.Н., 1910. КОНВИКТ лат.… …   Словарь иностранных слов русского языка

  • Ovophis monticola — Ovophis monticola …   Wikipédia en Français

  • convicto — (Part. irreg. convencer.) ► adjetivo 1 DERECHO Se aplica al acusado a quien se ha probado su culpabilidad aunque no lo haya confesado. FRASEOLOGÍA convicto y confeso DERECHO Se aplica a la persona cuya culpabilidad no ofrece duda alguna. * * * …   Enciclopedia Universal


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