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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

(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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8.1 -- Psalter for Minor Hours ("Psalterium Diurnum") (1734); 775 x 550; 5 staves; 2 ("Matritensis Conventus ...
Wilson's harmonic daring had been admired by no less a figure than Henry Lawes, in a commendatory verse printed in the Psalterium Carolinum:
Ammonendi sunt etiam sacerdotes, ut operam dent quatinus missalem et lectionarium, psalterium. siue alios libros sibi necessarios, antiphonarium, martirlogium, compotum, penitentialem bene correctos habeant; quia sepe dum bene aliquid deum rogare cupiunt, per inemendatos libros male rogant.
But it is exactly this less obvious vocalization which accounts for the status of as the lectio difficilior and finds support in the Midrashim.(13) Psalterium iuxta Hebraeos further supports this point of view: |...
3286 psalterium (Venice: Johannes and Gregorius de Gregoriis, de Forlivio, for Stephanus and Bernardinus de Nallis, Nov.
(95) 'Domina Issabella de vernun dedit istud psalterium conventui de hanpul qui alienaverit excommunicatus est': Dutschke, p.
Taking up interest that began only in the 1950s, Goodwin (religion, Gustavus Adolphus College) looks at Herbert's own scholarly work, in particular at his Psalterium cun commento, a commentary on the literary sense of the version of the Books of Psalms that Jerome presumably translated directly from the Hebrew, rather than the Gallican version usually discussed in the Christian tradition.
Schriften der Luther-Agricola Gesellschaft, A 15 (Helsinki: Hameenlinna, 1972); TRE 235, 347-56; Scott Hendrix, Ecclesia in Via; Ecclesiological Developments in the Medieval Psalms Exegesis and the Dictata Super Psalterium (1513-1515) of Martin Luther (Leiden: E.
The dialect of its Old English gloss could, of course, have been described as 'the Translation very peculiar', if Elizabethan studies of Anglo-Saxon dialects had been sufficient to distinguish its peculiarity; but Archbishop Parker is, in fact, referring to the Latin translation, that is, to the Psalterium Romanum, which was unfamiliar to him.(13)
Schaik argues that the delta harp is chiefly coupled with the psalterium and that the symbolism attributed to the biblical psalterium is expressed in illustrations of the delta harp.
Hell had traveled from Vienna to Norway to observe the 1761 transit of Venus, and in 1789 he created Psalterium Georgii, or the Georgian Harp.
must indicate a 'booklet' (though in other contexts they may have had a different sense)." (61) She gives an example of this from the catalogue of the Lanthony Priory library, which lists the volume as Psalterium Ivonis, parvus quaternus, corresponding to London, Lambeth Palace Library, MS 540.