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o·pus·cule

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

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

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

- A diminutive of opus, meaning a minor or small work, literary or musical.
See also related terms for literary.
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VAN DEUN, P., Maximi Confessoris, Opuscula exege'tica duo, CCSG 23, Turnholti: Brepols, 1991.
Pinelas, "Oscillation criteria for even order neutral difference equations," Opuscula Mathematica, vol.
Heidarkhani, "Multiplicity results for perturbed fourth-order Kirchhoff-type problems," Opuscula Mathematica, vol.
Migda, "Asymptotic behavior of solutions of discrete Volterra equations," Opuscula Mathematica, vol.
A ciencia moderna relativa a aterosclerose comecou, talvez, com a criacao do termo 'ateroma' (do grego 'athere' ou seja 'papa de aveia') pelo fisiologo suico Albrecht Van Haller na sua obra Opuscula Pathologica publicada em 1755 (Allam, 2014; Cheng, 2001; Pajukanta e colaboradores, 2005).
Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis 16 (1-2): 97-105.
Wei, "Existence and uniqueness results for fractional differential equations with boundary value conditions," Opuscula Mathematica, vol.