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frater

A common eating room in a monastery.
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30pm) Soloists from China's National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra Two of Arvo Part's most-admired works, Fratres and Summa, share a concert with Dobrinka Tabakova's Organum Light and Such Different Paths.
While Aquinas in the Summa theologiae is crafting a new theological model for incipientes, "beginners" or "newcomers," the fratres communes, Bonaventure in his series of Collationes is critiquing the excesses and temptations to error among the Franciscan intellectual elite.
16) Taken from Roger Schoenbechler OSB, "Pius X and Frequent Communion," Orate Fratres 10 (December 1935): 62.
The Iguvine Tables, seven pre-Roman bronze tablets found in Italy in the 15th century, contain rites and sacral laws of the Fratres Atiedii, a priestly brotherhood in ancient Italy.
Fratres vero domus Teotonicorum multos suos homines salvarunt per amministrationem annonae habundantis reservatae in loculis castrorum suorum.
Venice]: Apvd Gabrielem Iolitvm de F[e]rrarijs et Fratres, 1550.
Te victims were individuals or pairs, variably characterized--a mercator extraneus, duos homines de Flandria (who would have been merchants as well), duos fratres (of the religious sort, presumably), and a capellanus ignotus of St Albans.
Hoc autem vobis, Venerabiles Fratres, denuo confirmamus, in pactiones huiusmodi Nos minime passuros ut quidquam irrepat quod sit ab Ecclesiae alienum dignitate aut libertate; quam quidem salvam esse et incolumem vehementer interest, hoc maxime tempore, ad ipsam civilis convictus prosperitatem.
In Fratres, too, the hypnotic patterning and repetition was drawn gently out of silence and emptiness.
While Neuwirth's trumpet concerto, miramondo multiplo, and Part's Fratres displayed orchestra at its most delicate.