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1. denudation (n.) early 15c., denudacioun, "act of stripping off covering, a making bare," from Late Latin denudationem (nominative denudatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin denudare "to lay bare, strip; uncover, expose," from de "away" (see de-) + …

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2. Dénudation, from L. Denudationem (nom

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3. Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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4. In fact, the rubric does not speak of washing the feet of “twelve” people; it says simply: “Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad

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5. The Mandatum is described as follows in the Missale Romanum of Pope Saint Pius V (1570): ‘Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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6. The Mandatum is described as follows in the Missale Romanum of Pope Saint Pius V (1570): «Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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7. No mystery was made on the disturbing nature of the Talmud:Ad iudaicae perfidiae et malitiae necnon incredibilis excaecationis cordium suorum, secundum imprecationem propheticam, quin potius alienationis mentis ipsorum vel amentiae Denudationem, de mandato venerabilis patris Othonis Tusculani episcopi sedis apostolicae legati, pauca de

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8. It may optionally be performed post Denudationem altaris, i.e., after the stripping of the altar following the reservation in the Sepulchre of the one remaining Host for the celebrant's Communion on Good Friday

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9. Denudation (n.) early 15c., denudacioun, "act of stripping off covering, a making bare," from Late Latin Denudationem (nominative denudatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin denudare "to lay bare, strip; uncover, expose," from de "away" (see de-) + nudare "to strip," from nudus "naked, bare" (see naked).Figurative use is from 1590s

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10. 1 When it comes to the stripping of the altars on Holy Thursday (“Ad Denudationem Altarium”), Father Fortescue doesn’t like how Father Hilarious refers to this as the denudation, as you can see: “Predella, zucchetto, bugia, cotta, and so on; then genuflexorium, denudation (he means stripping) of …

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11. The Mandatum is described as follows in the Missale Romanum of Pope Saint Pius V (1570): «Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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12. The Mandatum is described as follows in the Missale Romanum of Pope Saint Pius V (1570): ‘Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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13. “Post Denudationem altarium (…) conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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14. Denudationem multiplicem condemnavit esse insulsam

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15. Spoliationem vel Denudationem quam exposui, et a parte superiori, hoc est ab intelligentia agente esse illuminabilem." 11 Ibid., ch

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16. Quemadmodum enim, denudata una facie, invalescit utrinque in vitro ejus faciei electricitas, quae obtinebat ante Denudationem; Ita liquet, denudata altera, invalescere debere utrinqué alterius electricitatem; Unde intelligitur, quemadmodum a denudatione facierum vitri, aut vitorum plurium, quae ante et post explosionem fiat ordine eodem

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17. Porro cognoscentes labores et erumpnas et miserabilem ęcclesiarum Denudationem propter infrenatam hominum temeritatem et inhonestam cupiditatem vehementer doluimus, quoniam quidem nostri officii esse recognoscimus vindicta malefactorum et laude bonorum ęcclesias defensare, adiuvare ac ditare.

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18. (1570): “Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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19. denudation (n.) early 15c., denudacioun, "act of stripping off covering, a making bare," from Late Latin denudationem (nominative denudatio), noun of action from past-participle stem of Latin denudare "to lay bare, strip; uncover, expose," from de "away" (see de-) + …

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20. Việc rửa chân cũng được ghi lại trong Sách Lễ Rôma của Đức Thánh Cha Piô V (1570): “Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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21. Denudationem rdiquorum Altarium, si plura adsint

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22. Tulit autem sibi Iahacob virgam populeam viridem, et amygdalinam, et castaneam, et decorticavit in eis cortices albos, Denudationem candoris, qui erat in virgis

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23. “Il Mandatum è così descritto nel Missale Romanum di san Pio V (1570): «Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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24. (1570) opísané takto: „Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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25. O Mandatum é descrito como se segue no Missal Romano do Papa São Pio V (1570): “ Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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26. COMPLETORIUM dicitur post Denudationem altarium

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27. Uno modo, simpliciter revelando veritatem, vel per internam inspirationem; vel etiam per facti Denudationem, dum scilicet producit in publicum ea quae erant occulta

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28. Usque ad Denudationem costarum excarnificant

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29. Ad Altarium Denudationem in Cena Domini, Ant

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30. Semper in vitae activae, ut ex Christiano, qui dicitur Iesus sequere vestigia Denudationem per falsa ex ipso et per "resurrectionem« ad imaginem Dei ac divinae conformare, ut regnabit in anima

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31. Việc rửa chân cũng được ghi lại trong Sách Lễ Rôma của Đức Thánh Cha Piô V (1570): “Post Denudationem altarium, hora competenti, facto signo cum tabula, conveniunt clerici ad faciendum mandatum

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32. Clerici, si adsunt, prosequuntur recitationem huius psalmi, usque dum altarium denudatio peracta sit; alioquin celebrans dicat antiphonam et primum tantum versum psalmi ante Denudationem altaris maioris

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Dictionary

DENUDATIONEM [ˌdēn(y)o͞oˈdāSH(ə)n]

DEFINITION

Synonyms: denude .

VERB
denude (verb) · denudes (third person present) · denuded (past tense) · denuded (past participle) · denuding (present participle)

  • strip (something) of its covering, possessions, or assets; make bare.
Synonyms: divest . strip . clear . deprive . bereave . rob . bare . uncover . expose . deforest . defoliate . despoil . cover .

Frequently Asked Questions

What does denudation mean in medical terms?

Medical Definition of denudation : the act or process of removing surface layers (as of skin) or an outer covering (as of myelin) also : the condition that results from this Other Words from denudation denude di-​ˈn (y)üd

What is denudation and weathering?

The weathering process causes the disintegration of rock, while denudation results in the wearing of all parts of the Earth's surface. Weathering is just one part of the denudation process, along with erosion and mass wasting, and can be considered as the first stage of denudation.

What are the two main processes of denudation?

It is the wearing away of the terrestrial land by weathering, erosion, moving water, ice waves. Denudation is the result of two main processes, Endogenous and exogenous. Endogenous process uplifts the surface and exposes the continental crust to exogenous process. 1. Weathering 2. Mass wasting 3. Erosion

Is denudation endogenous or exogenous?

It is the wearing away of the terrestrial land by weathering, erosion, moving water, ice waves. Denudation is the result of two main processes, Endogenous and exogenous. Endogenous process uplifts the surface and exposes the continental crust to exogenous process.