convivium

convivium

[kən′viv·ē·əm]
(ecology)
A population exhibiting differentiation within the species and isolated geographically, generally a subspecies or ecotype.
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Papae Marcelli - Palestrina, O Lord I am thy servant - Schein, O sacrum convivium - Tallis.
10.30am The Cathedral Eucharist, Introit: Kyrie, Seiber Missa Brevis, O Sacrum Convivium - Guerrero.
10am The Cathedral Eucharist, Introit: Gloria tibi domine - Byrd, Leicester Service - Sumsion, O Sacrum Convivium - Edwards.
Particularly important is the selection of the Convivium Professional Edition kitchen design that carries the designer signature of the internationally renowned architect, Antonio Citterio, with which all the luxury apartments at The Signature Collection will be equipped.
His writing has appeared in the Weekly Standard and Convivium Magazine.
Hatful of Rain release their new album 'Songs of the Lost and Found' on Friday June, 1 and will perform at The Convivium Festival on Saturday, June, 23.
A convivium brings the Slow Food philosophy to life by organizing events and activities within the communities.
That is when I started the slow food convivium and in doing my research on the food system I faced a big problem with finding food that meets the criteria that I was looking for - good, clean and fair.
Kyrie, from Missa: O sacrum convivium by Giovanni Palestrina, arranged for brass quintet by Michael Brown.
Among specific topics are wine in the western provinces, establishing the vineyard, treading the grapes, aging, and the convivium. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
'People do not realize that what we choose to eat determines what the farmers plant,' says Paula Aberasturi, Slow Food Manila Convivium leader.
Laura Allais-Mare, Founder and President, Slow Food Dubai Convivium