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the third canonical hour

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At Prime, Christ is judged by Annas, Caiphas, Pilate, and Herod; at Terce, Christ appears before Pilate, and at None, we find the Crucifixion.
Sin embargo, es de senalar que aun con estas mejoras los niveles mas bajos en el desempeno tienden a concentrar mas de 50% de los estudiantes del nivel primario en la region, tanto en SERCE como en TERCE.
The quatrain accompanying Terce for the Hours of the Virgin describes the Annunciation to the Shepherds, the Gospel event conventionally associated with that Office.
Jako terce jim slouzi portrety cinskeho prezidenta Chu Tin-tchaa ci modely cinskych policejnich vozu.
We sat on the high stall seats, faced the centre, and said the Office--Prime, Terce, Sext and None--all in Latin .
Gamet-Payrastre L, Li P, Lumeau S, Cassar G, Dupont MA, Chevolleau S, Gasc N, Tulliez J, Terce F.
Such revelations reveal God's solicitous presence in the workaday doings of the monastery: Christ, so Mechtild perceived, walked alongside and approached each of her sisters as they processed from the chapel after terce, and when Mechtild asked why Christ was clothed as deacon, he replied: "No deacon in his ministry was ever as zealous in ministering as I am in serving the faithful soul.
Midmorning's Blessing Hour, marked by the prayer of Terce, is about spirit, breath and blessing.
A single verse is given for each of Prime, Terce, Sext and Nones.
Terce is somewhat unusual, being illustrated with the 'Adoration of the Shepherds' rather than the more common 'Annunciation to the Shepherds'.
Lamy I, Djafer M, Terce M (1991) Influence of oxalic acid on the adsorption of cadmium at the goethite surface.
They had been renting a toin terce pton the line ran out five months ago and in the interim the group's 84 members - aged between six and 18 - had been moving from place to place.
The medieval church demanded eight "offices" a day out of them, officially labelled as Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers, Compline and Matins.
The eight services of both Offices share the same names: Matins, Lauds, Prime, Terce, Sext, None, Vespers and Compline.