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But in 2008, researchers in the United States announced the completion of a ten-year project to use multispectral imaging to read lost works by the Greek mathematician Archimedes hidden beneath the liturgy of a 13th-century Byzantine prayer book.
Aside from the recipes, Goetz said his favorite find so far has been a green wooden case, about the size of a shoebox, filled with tiny prayer books each about the size of a cigarette package.
The show’s exquisite catalog is, appropriately, prayer book-size.
Goren said that all of the service's readings that are not from the prayer book are inspirational readings written by Women of Reform Judaism.
THE BOUQUET Grace Kelly carried a prayer book embellished with silk, lace, and pearls and a small bunch of lilies of the valley down the aisle in place of an oversized bouquet.
During this time, Jews attend worship services where the machzor, a prayer book used during holy days, is read and specific prayers are recited.
The prayer book, Modus Orandi Deum Aliaque Pia et Christiana Exercitia Nec Non Deiparae Virginis Maria Litaniae, had in fact been pilfered from a glass case at the library in 2012.
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: a book that contains prayers and other writings used in church services
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