sursum corda


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sursum corda

(ˈsɜːsəm ˈkɔːdə)
n
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) RC Church a Latin versicle meaning Lift up your hearts, said by the priest at Mass
2. a cry of exhortation, hope, etc
[C16: Latin, literally: up hearts]
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Noun1.sursum corda - (Roman Catholic Church) a Latin versicle meaning `lift up your hearts'
versicle - a short verse said or sung by a priest or minister in public worship and followed by a response from the congregation
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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Included in that package were the yearling Top Ville, winner of a Prix du Jockey Club and the broodmare sire of Sanariya, and the mare Sursum Corda, now the fourth dam of Sarafina.
From the Tatra Mountains to the Baltic Sea and this Cross says to whole of Poland, sursum corda, lift up your hearts.
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Sursum Corda, a comparative rarity, was given with a strength of feeling which went beyond the music's predictable whiffs of incense, and the Enigma Variations, music exuding the air of the Malvern Hills, recovered after an early accident from sluggish clarinets.
Sean Connery's multi-purpose performer, Risk of Thunder, has nothing to prove as far as his jumping is concerned, while Sursum Corda is another to merit consideration.
He looked booked for third place with four to jump as King Pin and Sursum Corda settled down to fight it out.
By the way, while I'm on this regimental theme, that bampot Captain Ward Thomas deserved the firing squad for his effort on favourite Sursum Corda at Sandown yesterday.
Among the mares were Val Divine, carrying a future Champion Stakes victor in Vayrann, and Koblenza, carrying the Prix du Cadran winner Karkour; the others included Molitva, who was to produce yet another Prix du Jockey-Club hero, Mouktar, and Sursum Corda, future dam of Grand P rix de Paris winner Sumayr.
Among its multiple uses, the room and its curriculum are part of an afterschool program offered to inner-city children from Sursum Corda, a housing project adjacent to the Perry Center.
Henry Daly can prove he is a real chip off the old block by lifting the John Hughes Trophy Chase at Aintree today with Sursum Corda.
Both King Pin, who was in a clear lead, and the favourite Sursum Corda, in second place, refused at the final fence.