abecedarium


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abecedarium

an alphabet.
See also: Alphabet
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Teaching Private Enterprise through Tunes: An Abecedarium of Music for Economists.
In 1550, the Lutheran reformer Primoz Trubar published the first two Slovenian books: Cathechismus (Catechism) and Abecedarium (Abecedary).
ALPHABET | ABECEDARIUM | LETTERS | ANIMALS | WHIMSY
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Synopsis: An abecedarium (or abecedary) is an inscription consisting of the letters of an alphabet, almost always listed in order.
A final example of this uniquely Quebecois and "Uqamian" approach to creation-based research--which ultimately aims to reunite theory and practice--is the work of Professor Andree Martin (2007), which she entitles LAbecedaire du Corps Dansant (The Abecedarium for the Dancing Body).
In what's known as an abecedarium, the dyslexic and quirky star wrote: "A is for Parrot, B is for glasses, C is for plastic, D is for Doris.
The Anglesey owner of John Lennon's 1969 abecedarium (below) is selling up
You can see German choreographer Antonia Baehr's portraits of extinct animals, Abecedarium Bestiarium, in Graz, Austria.
In an abecedarium, Greenbaum conjures an ancient Jewish elder who, caught without a prayer book, "prays" by reciting the Hebrew alphabet, "from aleph to tav"; the poet, too, invokes the magic of language, as each line commences with successive letters of the alphabet.
Amid the serial poems, there are wonderful lyrics to be found in the later work, such as the playful abecedarium "Pioneer as Man of Letters" (an antidote to his friend Atwood's grim "Progressive Insanities of a Pioneer") and the masterpiece "Another Throw of Yarrow Stalks" (both from the 1988 book Balthazar).
41) ALPHA, prima littera apud Grecos et derivatur ab aleph, hebrea littera; et ab alpha a; et componitur cum beta secunda littera et dicitur hoc alphabetum, idest abecedarium.