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Definition of the noun Chimere
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noun - plural: chimeres
- [ecclesiastical] The upper robe warn by some bishops of the Anglican communion to which lawn sleeves are usually attached.
"Chimere" is a composition.
- music by Gian Piero Reverberi
Chimere is a 1997 theater production of the play by Zingaro, an equestrian theater troupe from France.
- award: - Drama Desk Award for Unique Theatrical Experience
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Romanism as it is (1871)
an exposition of the Roman Catholic system, for the use of the American people; embracing a full account of its origin and development at Rome and from Rome, its distinctive features in theory and practice, its characteristic tendencies and aims, its statistical and moral position, and its special relations to American institutions and liberties; the whole drawn from official and authentic sources, and enriched with numerous illustrations, documentary, historical, descriptive, anecdotical, and pictorial: together with a ... complete index by Samuel Weed Barnum
The chimere is a sort of cape, worn by a bishop under the rochet The cincture is a girdle. The cope is a long cloak, with a clasp or band at the neck, and the front open below. The dalmatic, so named from its imitation of a dress originally worn in ...
The New Altar Guild Book (2003)
by Barbara Gent, Betty Sturges
Chimere Scarf Rochet The chimere is a scarlet or black academic gown like that for a person with a doctorate, only sleeveless. Although traditionally silk or satin, a chimere may be made of any substantial material according to preference.
by Grady Hanrahan
CHIMERE is a 3D multiscale Eulerian model that is intended mainly for real-time forecasts and long-term simulations (http://www.lmd.polytechnique.fr/chimere/). It consists of a European-scale model with a horizontal resolution of 0.58 3 0.58 ...
Order in the Church (2011)
[Proper Church Etiquette and Protocol] by Bishop Alton A. Smith
The Chimere – The Chimere is a loose, sleeveless robe worn by the Bishop. It is worn over the Rochet. It serves as a symbol of the Mantle of the Prophet. This garment is worn by the bishop because it signifies him as a Chief Proclaimer and ...
Evaluation of the Associated Exposure by Rong Wang
CHIMERE is a regional Eulerian off- line chemistry-transport model, and the latest version CHIMERE 2013 (Menut et al.
The chimere is a robe ...
The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1993)
by Victor Hugo
A chimere is a pipe-dream or ...
Memoirs of the Life and Administration of the Right Honourable William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Secretary of State in the Reign of King Edward VI ... (1828)
Containing an Historical View of the Times in which He Lived ... by Edward Nares, William Cecil
The chimere is a robe worn over the rochet, and furnished with sleeves of white lawn ; the rest of this vestment used to be made of scarlet silk, changed to black satin under Queen Elizabeth. The square cap was another part of the dress, and ...
by Douw G. Steyn, Peter J.H. Builtjes, Renske M.A. Timmermans
CHIMERE is a state-of-the-art chemistry transport model (http://www.lmd. polytechnique.fr/chimere/). General formulation of the model is presented in Bessagnet et al. . The horizontal resolution is 0.5ı 0.5ı for the continental domain (15ı, 35ı ...
by Bruno Sportisse
CHIMERE is a Eulerian 3-dimensional chemistry transport model (CTM) of the boundary layer which is intended for real time forecasts (see http://euler. polytechnique.fr/europollux) and seasonal simulations. It consists of a European scale ...
by Carlos Borrego, Eberhard E. Renner
Base model configuration CHIMERE is a 3D chemistry-transport model that calculates concentrations of both inorganic and organic aerosols of primary and secondary origins, including primary particulate matter (PPM), mineral dust, sulfate, ...
by Paul F. Bradshaw
The chimere is an outdoor cloak of medieval origin worn by bishops while riding horseback, which was adopted by them for both liturgical and civil occasions. In modern use it is worn by bishops and doctors of divinity over a rochet as a part of ...
Memoirs of the Life and Administration of the Right Honourable William Cecil, Lord Burghley, Secretary of State in the Reign of King Edward VI and Lord High Treasurer of England in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth (1828)
... with Extracts from His Private and Official Correspondence, and Other Papers by Edward Nares (Pseud. Thinks-I-to-myself, Who?), William Cecil (Lord Burghley)
The chimere is a robe worn over the rochet, and furnished with sleeves of white lawn; the rest of this vestment used to be made of scarlet silk, changed to black satin under Queen Elizabeth. The square cap was another part of the dress, and ...
by Thomas Moore
io6 CHIMERE— CHOIR. diligent to bestow much substance otherwise than God commanded upon superstitious uses, now they ought, at this time, to be much more ready to help the poor and needy, knowing that to relieve the poor is a ...
by Walter Farquhar HOOK (Dean of Chichester.)
CHIMERE. The upper robe worn by a Bishop, to which the lawn sleeves are generally attached. Before and after the...
the Bishops wore a scarlet chimere or garment over the rochet, as they still do when assembled in convocation; but Bishop ...
A Church Dictionary (1854)
by Walter Farquhar Hook
CHIMERE. The upper robe worn by a bishop, to which the lawn sleeves are generally attached. Before and after the...
The chimere seems to resemble the garment used by bishops during the middle ages, and called mantelletum ; which was ...
Lexicon of Musical Invective (2000)
Critical Assaults on Composers Since Beethoven's Time by Nicolas Slonimsky
la chimere monte en grade. . . Regardez par exemple la d£plorable conclusion de \' Andante. Regardez et pleurez. . . . Con9oit-on le fa dii'zc et le sol dieze accompagn£s avec l'accord de la mineur. . . . Con9oit-on le musicien qui a eu le triste ...
by John N. Wall
rochet White full- length vestment worn by bishops under the chimere and in place of an alb when they are par. ticipating in worship as bishops but are not the cel_ FIGURE 52 ebrant.
by Colin Buchanan
chimere (in which bishops are initially consecrated in many provinces) over the rochet has been popularly known as “magpie.” The red chimere (which with the rochet are known as “Convocation robes”) probably derives from the doctoral ...
An ecclesiastical dictionary (1861)
containing definitions of terms, and explanations and illustrations of subjects pertaining to the history, ritual, discipline, worship, ceremonies, and usages of the Christian Church : with brief notices of ancient and modern sects, and biographical sketches of the early fathers and writers of the church by William Staunton
CHIMERE. The upper robe worn ...
The Dictionary of Religion (1887)
An Encyclopedia of Christian and Other Religious Doctrines, Denominations, Sects, Heresies, Ecclesiastical Terms, History, Biography, Etc., Etc by William Benham
Chimere (Old French, chamarre, "a gown or coat "). — The vestment in which a bishop at present ministers, worn over the rochet, which is a short and narrow surplice. The chimere is simply the usual outdoor dress of a bishop of three hundred ...
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Scrabble value of C3H4I1M3E1R1E1
The value of this 7-letter word is 14 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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