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Discourse and humble Advise for our Gratious Queene Elizabeth, her most Excellent Majestie to peruse and consider, as concerning the needful Reformation of the Vulgar Kalender for the civile yeres and daies accompting, or verifyeng, according to the tyme truely spent.

Discourse and humble Advise for our Gratious Queen Elizabeth, her most Excellent Majestie to peruse and consider, as concerning the needful Reformation of the Vulgar Kalendar for the civile yeres and daies accompting, or verifyeng, according to the tyme trewly spent.

The four civiles stood against the wall, dirty, dusty, smoke-grimed, with the four who were guarding them pointing their guns at them and Pablo and the others went in to finish the wounded.

They were all tall men with the faces of guardias civiles, which is the same model of face as mine is.

All this time the civiles had been watching him and they had said nothing.

The shooting was done by the guardia civil and they were still there waiting to shoot more when the Falangists herded us away and up the hill leaving the guardias civiles leaning on their rifles and leaving all the bodies there against the wall.

  To this day the Guardias Civiles have plenary power to shoot whomsoever they think fit - flight and resistance being equally fatal.

Fino a quel giorno aveva fatto comodo a entrambi che al Capolavoro si lavorasse in un luogo così lontano dal mondo civile, nonostante la notevole dose di forza di persuasione necessaria ad attrezzare in una località così remota un laboratorio tanto tecnologicamente avanzato quanto era nelle richieste di Fletcher.

Compare throughout the brief but admirable sketch of the progress and growth of the Roman jurisprudence, the necessary operation of the jusgentium, when Rome became the sovereign of nations, upon the jus civile of the citizens of Rome, in the first chapter of Savigny.