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venire

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

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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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At this point an argument has been made that at least two drafts of poems--"Ode" and "Venite" (later combined)--involving Despoina were written about the time C.S.
I don't mean simply such discrepancies as Susanna saying to Cherubino, "Venite inginocchiatevi" ("Come and kneel down") when they are both sprawled on their backs beside each other.
At 11am, the choir will sing Weelkes Short Service setting of the Venite and the anthem will be O Lord, in my wrath, by Gibbons.
(7) Trad.: "O bella Vergine incoronata, / dicevano le donne, in un angolo, / da dove venite, cosi bagnata?
The invitatory is Psalm 94, "Venite exultemus Domino" in the Roman liturgy, performed daily before matins (5) as prayer introduction to the breviary service.
In fata unor acuzatii si presiuni venite din partea aliatilor sai din Est, ca si a statelor arabe, Romania nu si-a schimbat linia de conduita.
Wall (222) claims that "Mattens" is "filled with echoes from the canticles and prayers of the Daily Offices." Possible parallels in the Venite, Benedicite, or Third Collect to details in Herbert's poem are very general and limited, compared to the specific ones I have noted.
Examples of works in this category are Thomas Ekundayo Phillips's Emi Orun Gbadura Wa (Heavenly Spirit Hear Our Prayer), Versicles and Responses, Venite, Nunc Dimitis, Te Deum, Magnificat in C, Emi O Gbe Oju Mi s'Oke (I Will Lift My Eyes to the Hills), for SATB and organ; Three Offertory Sentences, for unison voices and organ; Ninu Agbala Olorun Wa (In the Courts of Our God), for unison voices and organ; Choral Suite, for SATB and piano or organ, he Oluwa (The Work of the Lord), for SATB and piano or organ, From Glory to Glory, for SATB and organ; and Samuel: Judge, Priest, and.