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venire

(ven-eer-ay) n. the list from which jurors may be selected. (See: jury, panel)

venire

noun authoritative citation to appear before a court, command to appear, notification to appear, required to attend, subpoena, summons

VENIRE, OR VENIRE PACIAS JURATORES, practice. The name of a writ directed to the sheriff commanding him to cause to come from the body of the county before the court from which it issued, on some day certain and therein specified, a certain number of qualified citizens who are to act as jurors in the said court. Steph. Pl. 104; 2 Graydon's Forms, 314; and see 6 Serg. & Rawle, 414; 21 Vin. Ab. 291; Com. Dig. Enquest, C 1, &c.; Id. Pleader, 2 S 12, 3 0 20; Id. Process, D 8; 3 Chit. Pr. 797.

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Several rarities were included in conductor Paul Spicer's menu, beginning with some early Mozart sacred miniatures, featuring the exhilarating eight-part Venite, populi.
And ultimately the publication made its own modest contribution to LBW, for, in addition to many hymns and settings, both the Offertory "What shall I render to the Lord" from the Eucharist and the Venite "O come, let us sing to the Lord" from the Morning Service were subsequently taken into LBW, with slight modifications because of textual variants.
Argumentele pentru a sussine aceasta afirmasie insista asupra complexitatii si duratei procesului de legiferare care nu poate sine pasul cu rapiditatea transformarilor societatii si asupra lipsei claritatii, consistentei si continuitatii in timp a unor proiecte normative care sunt in stransa legatura cu interesele si programul politic al formasiunii aflate la guvernare si mai pusin cu input-urile venite din partea celor guvernasi.
Although these do not seem to equate with the "Salamanca tones" identified by Boyce, one Venite is similar to Salamanca Cathedral Codex 6, 165r-168 (24), and one set is most like elaborated versions of the corresponding Liber Usualis chants.
Aceasta deschidere a portilor nationale pentru venirea imigrantilor a durat, insa, pana prin anii '90, dupa care se inregistreaza si atitudini ostile sau potrivnice, venite din partea unor forte politice si a unor publicatii cu caracter nationalist.
At the top left of the page is the end of the notated fraction antiphon, Venite populi, from the closing portion of the Mass for Easter Sunday.
2), sometime after 1503 new material was added at the beginning for the feast of the Purification, starting with the antiphon Venite et accendite, sung during the Blessing of Candles according to Toledo Use (see fig.
Mai mult, a fost catalogata o alta sursa de influenta sub forma presiunilor venite din partea consumatorilor/cetatenilor (7).