Definition of terces. Meaning of terces. Synonyms of terces

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Definition of terces

Terce Terce, n. See Tierce.

Meaning of terce from wikipedia

- terce, or third hour, is a fixed time of prayer of the divine office of almost all the christian liturgies. it consists mainly of psalm s
- tercé is a commune in the vienne department in the poitou-charentes region in western france . see also : communes of the vienne
- dispensation have been sanctified in the new testament by great mysteries—terce by the descent of the holy spirit on the apostles ; ****t
- among the jews it was already regarded, together with terce and none , as an hour most favourable to prayer . in the acts of the
- terce, ****t and none have an identical structure, each with three psalms or portions of psalms. these are followed by a short reading from
- lauds, prime, terce, ****t, none, vespers and compline, and the night office, sometimes referred to as vigils, consisting of a number of
- traditionally, these times of prayer include prime (first hour at 6 a.m., terce (third hour) at 9 a.m., ****t (sixth hour) at noontime,
- the series centers on three middle school children, c****, max-ernest, and yo-yoji, and their adventures as members of the terces society
- the story begins with a picture of the oath of terces. there is a quick preface concerning an ibis bird that stands for a moment, but then
- meanwhile, max-ernest and c****, two members of the terces society and the two protagonists of the series, are searching for the box in