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““Cum ergo natus esset Jesus in Bethlehem Juda in diebus Herodis regis, ecce magi ab oriente venerunt Jerosolymam, dicentes: Ubi est qui natus est rex Judæorum? vidimus enim stellam ejus in oriente, et venimus adorare eum.””
“But he's facing an unexpectedly strong challenge from ecce ntric young conservative Christine O'Donnell, who has the endorsements of conservative kingmakers DeMint and Sarah Palin.”
“Brumel is important for his church music, especially his masses; the 12-voice Missa ‘Et ecce terrae motus’ in particular is celebrated for its spectacular sonorities and rhythmic energy.”
“The same hymn, in other words, is sung each day at Lauds during the season of Advent, for instance - Vox clara ecce intonat, it happens to be - and a different one - Ecce iam noctis - is sung each day, for another instance, "From the Octave of Corpus Christi until Advent.”
“Et cum totum illud opus cessare putaretur, ecce in medio prorupit unus stipulosus vernaculus, statura modicus, sed efferus, dicens: Ecce ego! quis me conducet intrare cum operariis istis ad hunc ludum theatralem?”
“The same (Gregorian) tune is used, according to Hymn melodies, for Vox clara ecce intonat ("Written in the 6th century, this hymn is traditionally used for Lauds during the Advent season"), from TPL:”
“Si ferveat deformis, ecce formosa est; si frigeat formosa, jam sis informis.”
“ Miseriquid luctatiunculis hisce volumus? ecce mors supra caput est, et supremum illud tribunal, ubi et dicta et facta nostra examinanda sunt: Sapiamus!”
“Ecce ecce me invadunt, in me jam ruunt; but Electra told him thus raving in his mad fit, he saw no such sights at all, it was but his crazed imagination.”
“Now all of those people who find my blog by googling "ecce romani fanfiction" will actually have a link to something!”
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