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OGOriginal German (Volkswagen collectors' name for original part)
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OGOrganic Growth (company growth)
OGOmnes Gentes (Latin: All the Peoples, epigraphy)
OGOversight Group
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OGOpera Ghost (The Phantom of the Opera, Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber)
OGOctopus Garden (Thorpe Park, Chertsey, UK theme park)
OGObergefreiter (German)
OGObservation Group
OGOil & Grease
OGOperational Guide
OGOfficer of The Guard
OGOld Greshamian (school alumnia association; UK)
OGOperation Guidelines
OGOrganized General (song lyric)
OGOptimal Gaming
OGOver Guideline
OGObjective Glass (forward-end lens of a sight or telescope)
OGObjective Gateway (communications RF gateway)
OGOrders Group (British Army)
OGOuter Gimbal
OGOgam Irish (linguistics)
OGOptical Gateway (Alcatel)
OGOperator Guidelines
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During communion, members of the choir sang the Taize hymn Laudate Omnes Gentes by Jacques Bertehier.
Denique illis gentibus qui se hostes nobis faciant, non foedus at rogatum praebemus; ut adversarii ambo iterum incipiant pacem petere, antequam numina atra ad delendum scientia a vinculis soluta omnes gentes aut ratione aut forte in suam vastitatem devorent.
They are the opening words of Psalm 116: Laudate Dominum omnes gentes, laudate eum omnes populi, which translated means: Praise the Lord all ye nations, praise him all ye peoples.
E o que afirmar da modificacao que o teologo de Salamanca teria realizado na definicao de jus gentium de Gaio (Quod naturalis ratio inter omnes gentes constituit, vocatur ius gentium)?
Above the bed is a high-domed ceiling, embossed with the Latin inscription Lavdate dominvm omnes gentes - Praise the Lord All Ye People.
Placet autem divinae providentiae his saeculis ipsum religionis suae genus autoritate rationeque philosophica confirmare, quoad statuto quodam tempore verissimam religionis speciem, ut olim quandoque fecit, manifestis per omnes gentes confirmet miraculis."
14 It does, however, appear in the motet Omnes gentes mentioned above, at the words 'in voce tubae'.
Lupus's 'Laudate Dominum omnes gentes' is indeed the same as Vinders's 'Laudate pueri Dominum', but it is not a different text; the word 'pueri' was left out of the incipit.
Laudate Dominum omnes gentes: Psalm 116 fur zwei Soprane, sechs bis acht Stimmen und Basso continuo.
1865-D-1), formerly part of the collection of the Catholic Hofkirche and once attributed to Leonhard Fischer, contains two psalm settings ("Laudate Dominum omnes gentes" and "In exitu Israel") in addition to the Magnificat (longius).