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Brissago follows the Ambrosian Rite, as does Tesserete, a small village north of Lugano, which hosts Or Penagin.
An inscription placed below the prophets, reading TE PROPHETARUM LAUDABILIS NUMERUS ("praiseworthy number of prophets"), taken from the first lines of the fourth-century Ambrosian hymn Te Deum laudamus, a regular component of the Mass, unequivocally communicated that the imagery was to be understood in connection with the Roman liturgy.
The Zlin Bohuslav Martinu Philharmonic conducted by Milan Kanak gave a very respectable performance, and in the Zemek symphony it was joined by an imposing octet of soloists and the combined forces of the Kromeriz Moravian Madrigalists and the Brno Ambrosian Choir.
This curiously disjointed collection of meanings leaves us with a small mystery: Why is it that the Targums, Vulgate, and Pesitta show an interpretation, "let grow long," nearly the reverse of those found in the Septuagint and Codex Ambrosianus ("strip" and "cut, trim"), with Symmachus and the Ambrosian marginal reading occupying an amorphously literalistic middle ground ("send")?
El actor italiano Omero Antonutti interpreta el papel de Calvi --por cierto, el parecido de ambos es asombroso--, quien ingreso en 1947 en el Banco Ambrosiano y en 20 anos lo convirtio en un emporio con ramificaciones internacionales, principalmente en el Banco Andino de Lima, el Ambrosian Group Comercial de Nicaragua y el Banco Overseas de Nassau.
Barely fleshed out and only a minor presence in the film, he is merely an incarnation of the Ambrosian virtues: sacrifice, fortitude, democracy.
Although we have lost much direct evidence of Dorat's teaching, his lecture on book ten of the Odyssey has been preserved in the notes of an anonymous student, found in a manuscript at the Ambrosian library in Milan and recently edited and translated by Philip Ford.
Anthony Ward describes the evolution of the Ambrosian rite through the Middle Ages down to the present day.
Quilici's essay (like Barber's mentioned above) studies a group of bindings in a particular place, in this case the great Ambrosian Library in Milan.
1) The old man is not named in the play; the name Lysidamus is read in the scene headings in the Ambrosian palimpsest, but may not be Plautine: cf.
The chapters deal sequentially with the emergence of anti-Nicene or Homoian doctrines and their apparent supremacy; early pro-Nicene reactions presented by such authorities as Hilary of Poitiers and Eusebius of Vercelli; tension between north Italian Homoians and anti-Homoians; three chapters on Ambrose and his anti-Nicene resistance in Milan and at the Council of Aquileia; Homoian response in 384 to the Ambrosian resistance, which Williams defines as "a Homoian Revival"; and the ultimate Nicene victory, attributed by Williams to Ambrose's discovery of the relics of Protasius and Gervasius in Milan and the seizure of the city by the Catholic usurper Magnus Maximus in A.