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mat·tins

 (măt′nz)
n. (used with a sing. or pl. verb) Chiefly British
Variant of matins.

mattins

(ˈmætɪnz)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) a variant spelling of matins
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Choral Mattins (according to the Book of Common Prayer) will be sung in Church at 9:30 am.
THE Queen has been treated to an impromptu rendition of the song Happy Birthday, following an Easter Mattins service at St George's Chapel at Windsor Castle.
Elizabeth was accompanied by members of her family, including grandsons Prince William and Prince Harry, and William's wife Catherine, at the Easter Mattins service in St George's Chapel.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II arrives at the Easter Mattins Service at St.
Meanwhile, the Queen was joined by members of her family at Easter Mattins Service in St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, where Prince Harry will marry Meghan Markle next month.
William and Kate walked together with other members of the royal family to the Mattins at St George's Chapel yesterday morning.
And his mind played for a while with the fancy of the drug, thinking that the thin sound of mattins was the slow breathing of the drugged body where it lay stretched on its back" (9).
The Queen was joined by the Duke of Edinburgh and granddaughter Princess Eugenie as she arrived for the Mattins service at St George's Chapel.
Nigerian John Mattins, 29, of Castleview Walk, Swords, North Co Dublin, worked a full and part-time job in 2006 and 2007.
She surely intends to go to Mattins, but not then to stay on.