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Vexillum

 

(1) An obsolete name for a military banner.

(2) A small unit in an army of knights in medieval Poland and Lithuania; from the 16th to 18th centuries, a small unit in the Polish-Lithuanian Army, corresponding to a company.

(3) A rectangular or triangular piece of cloth bearing the image of Christ or a saint, attached to a long staff by means of a crosspiece ; a religious banner carried during processions.

Table 1. Planted area, grain production, and state grain purchases in the primary regions of development of virgin and barren lands
 Planted area (million hectares)Grain yield (million tons)State grain purchases (million tons)
 195019601976195019601976195019601976
USSR ...............32.460.364.325.658.782.611.329.043.9
RSFSR ...............26.438.438.820.940.052.89.218.524.3
Siberia and the Far East ...............12.119.118.09.919.418.54.78.85.2
Urals ...............6.18.69.36.010.514.52.45.07.6
Volga region ...............8.210.711.55.010.119.82.14.711.5
Kazakh SSR ...............6.021.025.54.718.729.82.110.519.6
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37) Grassaille: "Supra vexilla invictissimi Regis Franciae, nemo praesumat honorem: sua enim umbra, totum orbem regit .
My friends, never forget that we are fighting for our holy religion," Cathelineau declared, before joining his soldiers in the Vexilla Regis -- a prayer recognizing Jesus Christ as the One True King of the faithful.
Marie Louise Gollner ("Lassos Motetten nach Hymnentexten und ihre Parodiemessen von Ivo de Vento und Andrea Gabrieli") explores Lasso's motet-style settings of hymns (free, as opposed to the usual chant-based, alternatim liturgical setting) and focuses on two, Vexilla regis prodeunt and Jesu nostra redemptio, which were taken as models by Andrea Gabrieli and Ivo de Vento.