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  • In accordance with this, however, the Spirit possesses his own "numerus" -- "tertium numen divinitatis et tertium nomen maiestatis", -- and he is a person in the same sense as the Son, to whom, however, he is subordinate, for the subordination is a necessary result of his later origin.

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • Under the word numerus, Plunket in his MSS. dictionary of the Irilh language, has the following words: "aiream, amfir -

    Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicus

  • Among these “trail-blazers,” one must of course include the young Jewish women who managed to overcome the restrictions of the numerus clausus and acquire an academic education at universities within the boundaries of Romania.

    Romania, Women and Jewish Education.

  • This was initially true only of the daughters of the Jewish elite, who were sent outside Romania to acquire an academic education, largely due to the limitation on the number of Jews in higher education in Romania under the numerus clausus (quota) regulations.

    Romania, Women and Jewish Education.

  • However, Ajzenberg was accepted both by the University of Michigan and by Purdue and was even interviewed for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where she learned that there was a numerus clausus for women as well as for Jews.

    Fay Ajzenberg-Selove.

  • In order to enter high school, Shoshana had to pass a test of the numerus clausus system, which limited the number of Jewish children who could be admitted into the Russian educational system.

    Shoshana Persitz.

  • In general, the picture that emerges from the statistical data is one of constant erosion of the position and number of Jewish students, the evident result of ongoing practices of discrimination in admissions policies, a numerus clausus for Jews which spreads from institution to institution, from faculty to faculty, and growing violence against Jews on the various campuses on the part of right-wing Polish students.

    Poland: Interwar.

  • The proportions of Jewish students in the law and medical faculties shrank even further in the 1930s, as both the numerus clausus and “Aryan paragraphs” steadily chipped away at Jewish representation in these fields.

    Poland: Interwar.

  • The only practical way to achieve that is to expand admissions at government military medical schools, since universities are in cahoots with the AMA as they extract rents in the form of excessive fees in exchange for enforcing the numerus clausus.

    Help with the Spinach, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Te gloriosus Apostolorum chorus, Te Prophetarum laudabilis numerus, Te Martyrum candidatus laudat exercitus.

    Te Deum...I do like this picture!

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  • Noun. numerus. (grammar) grammatical number, a military unit of the Roman army

    January 13, 2018