cañón en Francés
2. (geología) canyon (m); gorge (f)
3. (militar) canon (m)
"If she's a friend of Canon Topling," Rowe began and caught Miss Hilfe's eye.
Besides, virginity is peevish, proud, idle, made of self-love, which is the most inhibited sin in the canon.
He set me to listing all the ways a monastery may break the canon law - scraping the bottom of the barrel.
In addition, canon law had something to say about rights and duties pertaining to secular property as well.
The canon law of crimes, for instance,was founded on concepts of sin which affected all the other fields of canon law.
The holiday use of the contrivance is due to imitation of a higher-class canon of decency.
The prayers of the canon of the mass now fell from his lips in a very ecstasy of humility and gratitude.
The Third Canon of the Church Council of a.d. 358 anathematises those who plead for the abolition of slavery.
It is highly likely that these shortcomings are repeated throughout the canon of EU environmental law.
Why does the Code of Canon Law govern the rights of citizens who are not Catholics?
1. conducto: tubo, hueco, túnel, chimenea
2. mortero: obús, bombarda, lombarda, culebrina, basilisco, morterete