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o·pus·cule

 (ō-pŭs′kyo͞ol)
n.
A small, minor work.

[Latin opusculum, diminutive of opus, work; see opus.]

opuscule

(ɒˈpʌskjuːl)
n
(Art Terms) rare a small or insignificant artistic work
[C17: via French from Latin opusculum, from opus work]
oˈpuscular adj

opuscule

- A diminutive of opus, meaning a minor or small work, literary or musical.
See also related terms for literary.
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in Aula Grenvici; Quo tempore, cum Leffifsima Sua Conjuge, discessurus iam erat Gener Regis, Serenissimus Potentissimusque Princeps Fridericus Comes Palatinus ad Rhenum," in Lancelot Andrewes, Opuscula Quaedam Posthuma.
9) The latter expression, which appears in Greek characters in the commentary on Porphyry, is rendered in a Latinized form in Boethius's Opuscula sacra.
These chapters focus on Boethius's logical works and commentaries and on the four treatises that comprise the so-called Opuscula sacra.
The findings are published in journal Opuscula Philolichenum.
in Al-Jahiz, Risala fi Manaqib at-Turk in Tria opuscula, ed.
See Raymond of Capua, Opuscula litterae (Rome, 1895), 122; also Creytens and d'Amato, "Les actes capitulaires," 216-17.
Mitford, 'New Inscriptions from Roman Cyprus', Opuscula Archaeologica, vol.
Andreae, Laokoon und die Kunst von Pergamon [Frankfort, 1991]); and Leopold Ettlinger, "Exemplum Doloris: Reflections on the Laocoon Group" (De Artis Opuscula XL: Essays in Honor of Erwin Panofsky, ed.
Its first critical years would enable it to bring out its first opuscula and to take stock of the field and of those that would labour therein.
Many claimed that such a quotient was infinite; Newton, for example, in his Opuscula in 1744 related the result of division of a nonzero number by zero to an "infinite area" (Romig 387).
280-81); Gregory I, De apparitione Christi Magdalenae facta (Patrum opuscula selecta 7, hom.