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Joannes of Lignano, near Milan, a canonist and natural philosopher, who flourished about 1378.
CHAUCER FOR CHILDRENMRS. H. R. HAWEIS
Cino, the master of Bartolus, and of Joannes Andreae the celebrated canonist, was long famed as a jurist.
His father and grandfather, the latter a celebrated jurist and canonist, had been judges in that city.
This provision Mr. Gladstone vehemently opposed, and quoted from the canonist Van Espero.
THE REAL GLADSTONEJ. EWING RITCHIE
Linian; 'the canonist Giovanni di Lignano, once illustrious, now forgotten, though several works of his remain.
His life under these circumstances continued to be simply that of a physician and canonist.
Stephen of Tournai, a canonist of the twelfth century, recognizes the two powers; but he only knows one society, under one king.
In 1874 Father Camillo Tarquini was raised to the cardinalate for his ability as a canonist.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL

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