2017年7月10日 星期一

laud, evensong, vesper, summa cum laude


南投仁愛鄉親愛愛樂弦樂團在2017年7月8日於奧地利維也納贏得國際青少年音樂節(The Summa Cum Laude Festival in Vienna)弦樂合奏世界冠軍。

維也納青少年音樂群英會(The Summa Cum Laude Festival in Vienna)。



 Mother Agnes Mariam of the Cross, who said videos of the victims were fake, has been lauded by supporters of the Syrian government and vilified by the opposition.

Chinese President Hu lauds North Korea ties despite tension |
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BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese President Hu Jintao vowed on Monday to bolster ties with North Korea and backed its young leader, Kim Jong-un, despite an international outcry over the North's recent rocket launch and the possibility of a third nuclear test ...


Indeed, it's no exaggeration to say that these great Anglican churches are among the most enduring legacies of Britain's once far-flung realms, and when Jan Morris brought her imperial trilogy to a close, in Farewell the Trumpets, it was with an account of an evensong service in a cathedral of the old empire.
By the late 19th Century, new Anglican cathedrals were also being built back in England, beginning with Truro, designed by John Loughborough Pearson, and once again in the Gothic revival style, on which work was begun in 1880.


Hotel Review: Hotel Veritas, in Cambridge, Mass.

By FRED A. BERNSTEIN
If Harvard had a hotel school, its summa cum laude graduates would want to work at Veritas.
Veritas  哈佛大學校訓真理

sum·ma cum lau·de

adv or adj
\ˌs-mə-(ˌ)km-ˈla-də, ˌsü-, -ˈla-dē; ˌsə-mə-ˌkəm-ˈl-dē\

Definition of SUMMA CUM LAUDE

: with highest distinction summa cum laude> — compare cum laude, magna cum laude


Origin of SUMMA CUM LAUDE

Latin, with highest praise
First Known Use: 1882

US lauds Japan for new Iran sanctions
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laud
tr.v., laud·ed, laud·ing, lauds.
To give praise to; glorify. See synonyms at praise.

n.
  1. Praise; glorification.
  2. A hymn or song of praise.
  3. lauds also Lauds (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
    1. Ecclesiastical. The service of prayers following the matins and constituting with them the first of the seven canonical hours.
    2. The time appointed for this service.
[Middle English lauden, from Old French lauder, from Latin laudāre, from laus, laud-, praise.]
lauder laud'er n.

[動](他)((形式))…をほめたたえる, 賛美する(praise)
laud a person to the skies
人をほめちぎる.
━━[名]
1 [U]賛美, 賞賛.
2 賛歌, 賛美歌;((〜s))((単数・複数扱い))《教会》(聖務日課の)賛課, 朝の祈り.
[教会ラテン語laudāre(laus賞賛+-āre不定詞語尾)]

laud

Pronunciation: /lɔːd/


verb

[with object] formal
  • praise (a person or their achievements) highly:the obituary lauded him as a great statesman and soldier (as adjective, with submodifier lauded)her much-lauded rendering of Lady Macbeth

noun

[mass noun] archaic
  • praise:all glory, laud, and honour to Thee Redeemer King

Origin:

late Middle English: the noun from Old French laude, the verb from Latin laudare, both from Latin laus, laud- 'praise' (see also lauds)

évensòng[éven・sòng]

[名][C][U]
1 [U]((通例E-))《英国教会》夕べの祈り.
2 《カトリック》晩課(vesper).

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