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  • The ceremonies of the Mass of Requiem are the same as those of the so-called "Mass of the Living" with the exception of a few omissions and variations indicated in Title XIII of the Rubrics.

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  • His works, with the exception of his poems, are printed in P. L.,

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  • Originally the text was adapted to a melody which already existed; as the divisions of theis melody (clausulæ), with the exception of the introductory and closing ones, were usually repeated by alternative choirs (cf. above II, 2), there arose double strophes of the same length and sung to the same melody – in other words, symmetrically constructed parallel strophes.

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  • But with the exception of an episode or two at the years end, most of the years activities survive in only the sketchiest form.

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  • He was able to increase his realm by taking part in the First Partition of Poland (1772), whereby he gained Polish Prussia with the exception of Danzig and Thorn.

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  • During the colonial period the Church of England achieved a quasi-establishment in Maryland and Virginia, and to a lesser extent in the other colonies, with the exception of New England, where for many years the few Episcopalians were bitterly persecuted and at best barely tolerated.

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  • Nonconformists who, with the exception of the Quakers, preferred a continuance of bondage to emancipation if shared with the hated and dreaded "Papists".

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  • The transplant assembly operations with the exception of NUMMI are located within a 300-mile radius in the American-Canadian Midwest.

    The Machine That Changed the World

  • In Louisiana they had been all banished after 1763, with the exception of Father Meurin, and their several chapels among the

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  • There can be no reasonable doubt that, with the exception of the monasteries which possessed their goods as independent institutions, though even then under the superintendence of the bishop (see authorities in Knecht, op. cit., p. 58), the whole ecclesiastical property of the diocese was subject to the bishop's control and at his disposal.

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