from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Introductory; commendatory.
- Affecting several of the sensory faculties simultaneously.
- n. A disease that involves several of the sensory faculties, or the several parts of the same faculty, as, for example, the organ of hearing and the auditory center in the brain.
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In 1009 the newly elected Pope Sergius IV, in the systatic letter notifying the other patriarchs of his election, included the filioque in the creed for the first time.