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  • [323] _Servitia, cujus magnae copiae_; a singular construction, which cannot be explained otherwise than by taking _cujus_ as a neuter,

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  • Beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Christum.

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  • Omnipotens sempiterne Deus, qui respicis terram, et facis eam tremere: parce metuentibus, propitiare supplicibus: ut, cujus iram terrae fundamenta concutientem expavimus, clementiam contritiones ejus sanantem jugiter sentiamus.

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  • Beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Christum.

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  • The introit text varies according to the feast on which it is used - this version bids us rejoice 'sub honore Mariae Virginis, de cujus Assumptione gaudent angeli'.

    Messe de Nostre Dame, Guillaume de Machaut

  • Beata Virgo, cujus viscera meruerunt portare Dominum Christum.

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  • Its text is the same as that of Example 1, except that it has "Agathae martyres: de cujus passione" (Agatha martyr, at whose passion) instead of "Mariae virginis: de cujus assumptionae" (the Virgin Mary, for whose Assumption).

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  • Its text is the same as that of Example 1, except that it has "Agathae martyres: de cujus passione" (Agatha martyr, at whose passion) instead of "Mariae virginis: de cujus assumptionae" (the Virgin Mary, for whose Assumption).

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  • The introit text varies according to the feast on which it is used - this version bids us rejoice 'sub honore Mariae Virginis, de cujus Assumptione gaudent angeli'.

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  • The introit text varies according to the feast on which it is used - this version bids us rejoice 'sub honore Mariae Virginis, de cujus Assumptione gaudent angeli'.

    Messe de Nostre Dame, Guillaume de Machaut

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