none

[adj] - not any 2. [adv] - not at all or in no way 3. [n] - a canonical hour that is the ninth hour of the day counting from sunrise 4. [n] - a service in the Roman Catholic Church formerly read or chanted at 3 PM (the ninth hour counting from sunrise) but now somewhat earlier
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None

None adjective & pron. [ Middle English none , non , nan , no , na , Anglo-Saxon nān , from ne not + ān one. .... See No , adjective & adverb , One , and confer
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None

None noun [ French] Same as Nones , 2.
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none

1. No one; not one; not anything; frequently used also partitively, or as a plural, not any. 'There is none that doeth good; no, not one.' (Ps. Xiv. 3) 'Six days ye shall gather it, but on the seventh day, which is the Sabbath, in it there shall be none.' (Ex. Xvi. 26) 'Terms of peace yet none Vouchsafed or sought.' (Milton) 'None of their producti...
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none

adjective not any; `thou shalt have none other gods before me`
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None

• (n.) Same as Nones, 2. • (a.) No one; not one; not anything; -- frequently used also partitively, or as a plural, not any. • (a.) No; not any; -- used adjectively before a vowel, in old style; as, thou shalt have none assurance of thy life. • (a.) No one; not one; not anything; -- frequently used also partitively, or as a plur...
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None

(from the article `divine office`) ...the lengthiest, originally said at a night hour, is now appropriately said at any hour of the day. Lauds and Vespers are the solemn morning and ...
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None

[liturgy] None (n {respell|NOHN|`}), or the Ninth Hour, is a fixed time of prayer of the Divine Office of almost all the traditional Christian liturgies. It consists mainly of psalms and is said around 3 p.m. Its name comes from Latin and refers to the ninth hour of the day after dawn. This hour is now described more generally as the `midaf...
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