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capitular

 [kah-pit´u-ler]
pertaining to a capitulum or the head of a bone.

ca·pit·u·lar

(kă-pit'yū-lăr),
Relating to a capitulum.

ca·pit·u·lar

(kă-pit'yū-lăr)
Relating to a capitulum.

capitular

pertaining to a capitulum or the head of a bone.
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Among these, the most important early musical sources, either imported from France or compiled soon after in Toledo by French monks, are two late-eleventh-century Office antiphoners, Archivo Capitular de Toledo, MSS 44.
Archivo Capitular de Toledo, Actas capitulares 1568-1574: "Martes xvii de Noviembre [1573] / Toca al breviario Romano / Este dia el cab[ild]o de la d[ic]ha s[an]ta igl[es]ia estando los d[ic]hos senores dean y cabildo della capitularmente ayuntados llamados por cedula ante diem para tratar sobre el breviario nuevo Romano y ver como se a de Recibir en esta s[an]ta igl[es]ia y proveerlo que sobrello convenga y los d[ic]hos senores votaron sobrello en la forma siguiente: .
Archivo Capitular de Toledo, MS Reservado 10; see Fernandez, La catedral de Toledo, 202-10; and Ramon Gonzalvez Ruiz, "El arte del libro en el renacimiento: El libro de los prefacios," Toledo renacentista: V Simposio (Toledo, 24-26 abril 1975), 3 vols.
Pedunculate cirripedes, which include species of the genus Pollicipes, grow in height as a result of an increase in peduncle length and width by lamellar accretion, caused by the addition of calcium carbonate to the capitular plates (Anderson 1994).
B,t] is the proportion of sexually mature individuals in any population bearing eggs in the capitular cavity at a given moment in time t, and [DELTA]t is the time interval between successive samples.
O inquisidor Giraldo Jose de Abranches permaneceu no Grao-Para confiado a responsabilidade da diocese de Belem, como vigario capitular.
capitular vicar in the bishop's palace at Valletta this morning.
163) On August 14, 1769, in fact, Inquisitor Mancinforte reported to the cardinal secretary of state that the capitular vicar had closed the seminary for lack of funds.
In it the manner of the dignitary's posture, the folds of his clothing, the capitular insignia (distinctor) and its chain are identical to those in the photograph of Janusevicius' album.
deans, subdeans, rural deans, abdals, charm-sellers, archdeacons, hierarchs, class-leaders, incumbents, capitulars, sheiks, talapoins, postulants, scribes, gooroos, precentors, beadles, fakeers, sextons, reverences, revivalists, cenobites, perpetual curates, chaplains, mudjoes, readers, novices, vicars, .
The manuscript was written in the late thirteenth century after 1279, the year in which the capitulars of Assisi added St Elizabeth of Hungary to the Franciscan Lenten litany.