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“The ancient liturgical writers commonly apply the word statio to fast days, but a distinction must be made between jejunium and statio.”
“2 The word "station" comes from the Latin word "statio", meaning a soldier's post.”
“But then professor Jungmann, a great liturgist and one of the leading architects of the liturgical reform, created the concept of "statio orbis," returning to the "statio Romae" in which during the Lenten season the faithful would gather in a place, the "statio," like soldiers for Christ, and then would go to the Eucharist together.”
“If that, he said, had been the "statio" of the city of Rome, the place where the city of Rome gathered, that this would be the "statio orbis," the place where the world gathers.”
“Oh.. by the way... at what time does a ski statio usually open in the morning?”
“Armed robber convicted of shooting at train statio...”
“Earlier, several men armed with AK-47 rifles had stormed into the passenger hall of Mumbai's main Chhatrapati Shivaji railway statio, firing indiscriminately and throwing grenades.”
“ He is exposed to hatred, envy, peril and treason, fear of death, degradation, &c. 'tis lubrica statio et proxima praecipitio, and the higher he climbs, the greater is his fall.”
“Mogadishu had ordered his statio to stop broadcasting after it”
“Hæc autem statio siue Curia nominatur ab eis Syra orda.”
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