Likewise the accompaniment of mezzo-soprano Cathy Bell's Qui sedes by the plangent oboe and bass James Birchall's Quoniam, by the horn, worked well, although the solo violin in Laudamus te sounded distinctly sour.
What does QUM stand for?
QUM stands for Quoniam (Latin: because, codices and manuscripts)
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We have 1 other meaning of QUM in our Acronym Attic
- Reciprocal True Bearing, opposite of QTE (aviation)
- Present Sea Conditions (radiotelegraphy)
- Present Ocean Swell (radiotelegraphy)
- Quality of Urban Living
- Queen's University Library (Canada)
- Qvalitet Utveckling Ledarskap (Swedish: Quality Development Leadership)
- Queen's Law Journal
- Queensland University Libraries Office of Cooperation (Australia)
- Quality Use of Medicines (Australia)
- Resume Normal Transmissions (radiotelegraphy)
- Quebec Underground Mountain Bike (Canada)
- Quakertown United Methodist Church (Pennsylvania)
- Quinnesec United Methodist Church (Quinnesec, MI)
- Quality You and Me
- Quantitative Methods in Management
- Quasi Uni-Modal Propagation
- Quality Use of Medicines and Pharmacy Research Centre (University of South Australia)
- Quality Unsatisfactory Material Report
- Queensland University Musical Society (Brisbane, Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
14) Thesauros inuisibiles aperiam tibi, ut scias quoniam ego sum Dominus, et assumam te.
Questa tematica si conclude nell'opera antica e nel poema latino moderno con uguale osservazione e apostrofe del sognante: 15 1,460-464 quoniam haec est vita, ut .
At the same time, Quoniam post tempus begins to insinuate anti-Jewish sentiment, intimating that some Jews--the prophets, such as Isaiah--who walked in darkness have seen the light, just as the lightning of Christ's Second Coming will shatter the night sky.
5) Stoice, postdamnum sic vendas omnia pluris,/qua me stultitia, quoniam non est genus unum,/insanire putas?
Moreover, the Icelandic vingull 'horse's male organ' is linked to vingla whose meanings 'lok, chest, vessel, locker in stern of boat,' are 'hard to keep apart' from those of lok 'enclosure, fold, hole, female pudenda', analogous to the Wife of Bath's quoniam.
I will say what others believe and what ought to be stated on the basis of Aristotle" ("Sed quoniam Aristoteles pauca aut nulla asseruit de artificiosa somniorum interpretatione, nos librum 4m adiecimus, in quo de somniorum interpretatione dicturi / ea dicemus quae alij sentiunt, et quae secundum Aristotelem dicenda sunt").
non posse credere, quoniam relicta Lege et Prophetis, vivitis ex dogmate impio Talmud; Per la Conversione, "Quod Reminiscitur" 3:96 and 116, as quoted by K.