Oremus

Oremus (Latin for let us pray) is the invitation to pray, said before short prayers in the Roman Catholic Mass and the Lutheran Divine Service, as well as other Western liturgies. It is used as a single exclamation{what|date=December 2010} in the East (in the rites of the Assyrian and Jacobite Orthodox Churches), or the imperative: `Pray` or `S......
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Oremus

(grape variety) Former name (also Oremusz) for the grape variety Zéta; look there.
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Oremus

[Tárrega] It is often preceded by another piece by Tárrega, `Endecha`, and the two usually appear together as `Endecha – Oremus`. ==Origin== ==Comparison to the original== Schumann`s original piano work consists of two sections (A and B) which are both repeated giving it the form ABAB while Tárrega`s transcription only includes the B s...
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Oremus

Oremus is Latin for let us pray
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oremus

Roman Catholic liturgical prayer
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Oremus

Winery (full name is Tokaj Oremus Szölöbirtok és Pincészet = Tokaj Oremus winery) in the Hungarian wine-growing area of ​​Tokaj-Hegyalja with headquarters and winery in the municipality Tolcsva. It is owned by a European consortium, including the famous Spanish winery Vega Sicilia is involved. The vineyards cover over 60 hectares of vineyar...
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