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09:22 Apr 28, 2008
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Latin to English translations [PRO]
Social Sciences - History
Latin term or phrase: bene procita
A sentence from a historical text: Ecclesia est apparamentis bene procita. According to my dictionary of historial Latin is procitus = infirm. Could that mean then: "fairly ill-equipped"?
Judit Babcsányi
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4the assembly is prostrating itself in good order

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the assembly is prostrating itself in good order

I guess that at a command, the assembly (not necessarily the church or the parish!) is obeying a command and prostrating...

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Asker: Thanks, anyway.

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