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Waterhouse was dismissed as architect in 1878 and succeeded by George Gilbert Scott, who, after extending the Chapel, provided additional accommodation with the construction of New Court in 1881, with letters on a series of shields along the string course above the first floor spelling out the Psalm text " Nisi Dominus aedificat domum …" (" Except the Lord build the house, their labour is but vain that build it ").
Dominus Iesus () is a declaration by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Christus Dominus is the Second Vatican Council's Decree on the Pastoral Office of Bishops.
The term " Lord of the Manor " is a recent usage of historians to distinguish such lords from feudal barons and other powerful persons referred to in ancient documents variously as " Sire " ( mediaeval French ), " Dominus " ( Latin ), " Lord " etc.
In both versions of the psalm Nisi Dominus that he wrote ( RV 608 and RV 803 ), a cadenza is apparent in the movement Gloria Patri.
A fine and characteristic example of his sacred music is the Dixit Dominus in C, edited by CV Stanford and published by Novello.
His best known work is the Dixit Dominus a 16 in 4 choirs.
The 2000 declaration Dominus Iesus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith states that " it must be firmly believed that the Church, a pilgrim now on earth, is necessary for salvation: the one Christ is the mediator and the way of salvation ; he is present to us in his body which is the Church.
" Dominus Iesus then adds that " for those who are not formally and visibly members of the Church, salvation in Christ is accessible by virtue of a grace which, while having a mysterious relationship to the Church, does not make them formally part of the Church, but enlightens them in a way which is accommodated to their spiritual and material situation.
Its motto is Dominus Illuminatio Mea Et Salus Mea, Latin for The Lord Is My Light And My Salvation.
Noted accordingly in the records of the Scottish parliament, held at Scone 26 March 1371, at the coronation of Robert II, William de Seton is named among the " Nobiles Barones ", as " Dominus de Seton ".
It is thought that the copper strip with the monogram is the work of the descendants of Skanderbeg and was placed there by them, as Skanderbeg never held any other title but “ Lord of Albania ” ( Dominus Albaniae ) Thus the inscriptions on the helmet may refer to the unsettled name by which Albania was known at the time, as a means to identify Skanderbeg's leadership over all Albanians across regional denominative identifications.
In " Bosom Buddies " ( issues # 20-23 ), Deadpool is hired to steal the Dominus Objective, a secondary hard drive that acts like a virus that acts like a server.
The motto of the University, Nisi sapientia frustra ( meaning " Everything is in vain without knowledge ") echoes the motto of the City of Edinburgh, Nisi Dominus frustra ( meaning " Everything is in vain without the LORD ").
) Such symbols may include Christian symbols such as a simple cross, a cross on a heart pierced by an arrow ( representing Santa Maria Addolorata, i. e. Our Lady of Sorrows ), a circle divided into four quarters with the letters S, C, S, D in them ( for Sanctus Christus and Sanctus Dominus according to one source, but more likely the initials of Santo Cosma and Santo Damiano, the two saints the local basilica is dedicated to ) and quite a few others.
In the middle, flanked by two gilded lions, is the Monogram of Christ, surrounded by a glory, above the text ( in Latin ): " Rex Regum et Dominus Dominantium " ( translation: " Jesus Christ, King of Kings and Lord of Lords ".
This view is notably advocated by the Roman Catholic Church in the declarations Nostra Aetate, Unitatis Redintegratio and Dominus Iesus.
To these canticles the Roman Liturgy adds, as the finale to this office, that of Zachary, " Benedictus Dominus Deus Israel ", which is recited every day and which is also a canticle to the Light, viz.

Dominus and author
* Mark Jason Dominus, author of Higher-Order Perl: Transforming Programs with Programs.
This group included managing editor Stolley, senior editors Hal Wingo ( father of ESPN anchor Trey Wingo ), Sam Angeloff ( the founding managing editor of Us magazine ), and Robert Emmett Ginna ( later a producer of films ); writers James Watters ( a theater reviewer ) and Ronald B. Scott ( later a biographer of Presidential candidate Mitt Romney ); former Time senior editor Richard Burgheim ( later the founder of Times ill-fated cable television magazine View ); Chief of Photography, a Life photographer, John Loengard, to be succeeded by John Dominus, a noteworthy Life staff photographer ; and design artist Bernard Waber, author and illustrator of the Lyle The Crocodile book series for children.

Dominus and Perl
* Higher-Order Perl – a free book by Mark Jason Dominus contains an entire chapter on implementing memoization, along with some background
Mark Jason Dominus used a modified version called mod to write Higher-Order Perl.
Mark Jason Dominus ( born April 2, 1969 ) is one of the founders of Kibology and a leading Perl programmer.

Dominus and including
Other works in the Saxon State Collection have also been reattributed from Galuppi to Vivaldi, including a Beatus Vir and a Dixit Dominus.
The team would later take on Henry Pym as a scientific advisor and compound manager and battle a range of both old foes — including the Grim Reaper, Ultron, Graviton, and Zodiac — and new opponents such as Master Pandemonium and Dominus.

Dominus and File
File: Jerusalem Dominus flevit BW 2. JPG | Interior with view to the Mount Moriah
File: Jerusalem Dominus flevit BW 3. JPG | Mosaic and cross on the floor
File: Jerusalem Dominus flevit BW 4. JPG | View from west
File: Dominus Flevit Church3027. JPG | Ossuary

is and author
I knew that a conversation with the author would not settle such questions, because a man is not the same as his writing: in the last analysis, the questions had to be settled by the work itself.
But to return to the main line of our inquiry, it is doubtful that Utopia is still widely read because More was medieval or even because he was a martyr -- indeed, it is likely that these days many who read Utopia with interest do not even know that its author was a martyr.
To the extent that a tale is twice told, its final author must be suspect, although plagiarism in an oral tradition is less a misdemeanor than the standard modus dicendi.
The author of Crystal Structures is Ralph W.G. Wyckoff, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona.
He selected as Comptroller of Defense, not a veteran accountant, but a former Rhodes Scholar, Charles Hitch, who is author of a study on The Economics Of Defense In The Nuclear Age.
Postmaster General J. Edward Day, who must deal with matters of postal censorship, is himself author of a novel, Bartholf Street, albeit one he was obliged to publish at his own expense.
Not only should this provision be enforced but other economic and political actions might be taken which, this author believes, `` must surely be supported by every American who values the freedom that has been won for him and whose conscience is not so dominated by the lines in his account books that he can willingly and knowingly contribute to the enslavement of another nation ''.
The dialogue is sharp, witty and candid -- typical `` don't eat the daisies '' material -- which has stamped the author throughout her books and plays, and it was obvious that the Theatre-by-the-Sea audience liked it.
A semi-serious literary document entitled `` The Wings Of Henry James '' is noteworthy, if only for a keenly trenchant though little-known comment on the master's difficult later period by modest Owen Wister, author of `` The Virginian ''.
the author possesses an uncommonly fine English style, and he is dealing with subjects of vast importance that are highly topical for our time.
`` He has married me with a ring of bright water '', begins the Kathleen Raine poem from which Maxwell takes his title, and it is this mystic bond between the human and natural world that the author conveys.
This is not only a compliment to Mijbil, of whom there are a fine series of photographs and drawings in the book, but to the author who has catalogued the saga of a frightened otter cub's journey by plane from Iraq to London, then by train ( where he lay curled in the wash basin playing with the water tap ) to Camusfearna, with affectionate detail.
Mr. Sansom is English, bearded, formidably cultivated, the versatile author of numerous volumes of short stories, of novels and of pieces that are neither short stories nor travel articles but something midway between.
This latter failure is more than merely bad reportage and it is distinctly more important than it would have been had the author drawn Clerfayt as, say, a tournament golfer.
The man most firmly at grips with the problem is the University of Minnesota's Physiologist Ancel Keys, 57, inventor of the wartime K ( for Keys ) ration and author of last year's bestselling Eat Well And Stay Well.
While Swift ’ s proposal is obviously not a serious economic proposal, George Wittkowsky, author of " Swift ’ s Modest Proposal: The Biography of an Early Georgian Pamphlet ", argues that to understand the piece fully, it is important to understand the economics of Swift ’ s time.
Korzybski is remembered as the author of the dictum: " The map is not the territory ".
* Salvatore Iro, artist, author of Manifesto Art is ... Shit, a collection of works conceived to decrypt the language of modern and contemporary art, in 2012 creates the artwork Ceci est une pomme, marked by the subheading: " non aristotelian obviousness ".
Isabel Allende is a prominent Chilean author of the 20th and 21st centuries.

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