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com·mis·sur·a for·'ni·cis

[TA]
the triangular subcallosal plate of commissural fibers resulting from the converging of the right and left fornix bundles that exchange numerous fibers and that curve back in the contralateral fornix to end in the hippocampus of the opposite side.

psalterium

/psal·te·ri·um/ (sal-tēr´e-um) commissure of the fornix.

psalterium

(sôl-tîr′ē-əm)
n. pl. psal·teria (-tîr′ē-ə)
The omasum.

psal·te′ri·al adj.

psalterium

Medspeak
Commissure of fornix; commissura fornicis [NA6].
 
Veterinary medicine
Omasum, see there.
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Wilson's harmonic daring had been admired by no less a figure than Henry Lawes, in a commendatory verse printed in the Psalterium Carolinum:
Admonendi etiam sunt sacerdotes, ut operam dent, quatenus missalem et lectionarium, psalterium sive aliquos libellos sibi necessarios bene correctos habeant.
13) Psalterium iuxta Hebraeos further supports this point of view: |.
97) Est bequeathed 'domui sanctimonialium de Hampaule Psalterium glosatum, de propria scriptura Beati Ricardi, heremitae, ibidem jacentis': James Raine, ed.
10001; Manuscrito L: Psalmi, Cantica et Hymni cum paucis officiis, sive Psalterium Toletanum, British Library, Londres, Add.
Wildhagen's now in detail somewhat superseded study, 'Studien zum Psalterium Romanum in England und zu seinen Glossierungen', in the Lorenz Morsbach festschrift, Studien zur englischen Philologie, I (1913), 432-6 (= 16-20 of the separate).
The items in HM 142 not found in Longleat 30 are: Beatus Ieronimus vero hoc modo composuit psalterium sicut angelus domini docuit eum per spiritum sanctum et propter hoc abbreviatum est.
Asi el Psalterium iuxta Hebraeos utiliza el lexema adjetival informis, e para traducir [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], y el Salterio Galicano recurre a imperfectus, a, um para traducir [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII] (49).
The one is a translation of the Hebrew Psalms extant in the Eadwine Psalter, a deluxe psalterium triplex that contains Anglo-Saxon and Anglo-Norman glosses to two of its three Psalters (the Romanum and Hebrew versions respectively); the other is the so-called Oxford Psalter, a prose translation of the entire Gallican Psalter whose earliest, and in this context most important, witness is the rather humble Oxford, Bodleian MS Douce 320 (the Montebourg Psalter).
It is sad, though, to note the omission of Mary Duncan's A sixteenth century chant book: Pedro Ocharte's Psalterium .
Nicholas of Lyra, Postilla venerabilis fratris Nicolai de Lyra super Psalterium (Strasbourg, 1492), 9, first column, section n.
Bath, Downside Abbey, E46 F 20771], and manuscript leaves found in Psalterium Romanum (1698) [Fernham, St Mary's Priory, no callmark].