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“The briefs have been published now, half last spring under the title Folded, Spindled and Mutilated, the other half last month as IBM and the U.S. Data Processing Industry: An Economic History.”
“Joseff of Hollywood Vintage Pin Folded Metal Design”
“If your hips or knees are too stiff for this position, try a variation of this exercise called the Folded Pose, using a chair see p.”
“Stemming from the recent NLM piece on the Use, History and Development of the "Planeta Plicata" or Folded Chasuble, one of our readers, a Cistercian, noted the following in the comments:”
“Karen Spears Zacharias, author of Will Jesus Buy Me a Double-Wide/After the Flag has been Folded, wrote: Greed is like fungi growing on stale bread.”
“Folded napkins, flowers in glasses and a rather 70s plastic multipiece candelabra would dress the table on high days and holidays.”
“Folded chasubles are used further on Ember days (except those in the Whitsun octave), on Whitsun Eve before Mass (not at the red Mass), on Candlemas at the blessing of candles and procession. (p. 245)”
“Folded chasubles therefore are used on Sundays and weekdays of Advent and Lent, when the Mass is of the season.”
“New Liturgical Movement: Use, History and Development of the "Planeta Plicata" or Folded Chasuble skip to main | skip to sidebar”
“Folded chasubles were not used, but in penitential times, deacon and subdeacon merely wear their proper vestments, minus the outer vestments of dalmatic and tunicle.”
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