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Breviary

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An epitome of the old office of matins and lauds for daily service in the Roman Catholic Church. The Breviary contains the daily “Divine Office,” which those in orders in the Catholic Church are bound to recite. The office consists of psalms, collects, readings from Scripture, and the life of some saint or saints.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Breeze
Breidablik [wide-shining]
Brennus
Brent
Brent-goose (A)
Brent-hill
Brentford
Bressommer
Bretwalda (ruler of Britain)
Brevet Rank
Breviary
Brew
Brewer
Briareos or Ægeon
Briar-root Pipe
Briboci
Bric-à-brac
Brick
Brick-and-mortar Franchise
Brickdusts
Brick-tea

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Breviary