High Mass


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High Mass

a solemn and elaborate sung Mass
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The Pontifical Latin High Mass (Ordinary Form) was conducted by Cardinal Burke and our choirs sang O Lord Our Governor by Healey Willan for the processional.
CovalX is the market leader in intact protein complex analysis using high mass MALDI based technology with headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland and a North American subsidiary in Saugus, MA.
Features of the LCMS-IT-TOF include high mass accuracy MSn analysis.
The design is a hybrid of Gusmer's High Mass (FF-1600) design and Direct Contact (H-20/35) design with improved heat transfer efficiency (or Delta T).
The detection efficiency for high mass ions by the microchannel plate detectors commonly employed remains a persistent problem.
Simulation of complete stars in three-dimensions to study how the orbits of binary stars with a high mass ratio become unstable and merge.
Following the pomp and ceremony of the service in London's Westminster Abbey, we expected a High Mass, with bishops, lay clergy, full choir and organ.
Here, the royal court of seventeenth-century Spain met High Mass met the fashion runways of next season's Milan.
No cultural High Mass reveals this better than the annual Academy Awards ceremony, in which a small coterie of Hollywood film people congratulates, mostly, a small coterie of Hollywood film people.
In spring and fall, the church hosts a historic high mass, re-creating an 18th century service.
Then, invoking both sets of theories, Hawking looks at attempts to explain phenomena such as black holes (celestial bodies of such high mass that light cannot escape their gravitational fields).