Which preposition to use with calendars

of Occurrences 115%

A reform of the calendar and the drafting of rules for the admission of feasts into the calendar of the universal Church; 2.

for Occurrences 51%

Again, in 1911 the epact is not marked by a number, but by an asterisk (see Table in Breviary) which is placed under the golden number 12, and in the calendar for the whole year will indicate the new moon on January 1st, January 31st (for in February there is no new moon indicated in the Table; the sign [*] is not found), on March 1st, March 31st, and on April 29th.

in Occurrences 13%

The chapter on the Calendar in that book is worth study, but needs now additions and corrections, owing to the issue of more recent decrees.

with Occurrences 8%

I therefore filled all the little spaces that occurred between the remarkable days in the calendar with proverbial sentences, chiefly such as inculcated industry and frugality as the means of procuring wealth and thereby securing virtue, it being more difficult for a man in want to act always honestly, as, to use here one of these proverbs, "it is hard for an empty sack to stand upright."

by Occurrences 7%

If I should make out a calendar by my feelings of fatigue, I should say there were six Saturdays in the week and one Sunday.

on Occurrences 6%

Its date depends entirely on the date of Christmas, but the birth of Christ was not always placed in calendars on the 25th December.

to Occurrences 5%

As it is to be presumed that the French do not wish to relinquish all commercial intercourse with other nations, they mean possibly to tack the republican calendar to the rights of man, and send their armies to propagate them together; otherwise the correspondence of a Frenchman will be as difficult to interpret with mercantile exactness as the characters of the Chinese.

of Occurrences 3%

The Calendars of Athens.

before Occurrences 2%

In the Western Church the cultus of St. Joseph is not found in any calendar before the ninth century, although numerous traces of the esteem and veneration paid to him by individuals are found.

at Occurrences 2%

Ortilius of Antwerp, and Gerard Mercator of Rupelmonde, were two of the greatest geographers of the sixteenth century; and the reform in the calendar at the end of that period gave stability to the calculations of time, which had previously suffered all the inconvenient fluctuations attendant on the old style.

against Occurrences 2%

Clavius wrote an Arithmetic and Commentaries on Euclid, and justified his reform of the Calendar against the criticism of Scaliger.

without Occurrences 1%

One paying proper attention could scarcely have lived the year of that calendar without being improved.

in Occurrences 1%

Had he been one of the Calendars in the Arabian Nights, and had paid down his eye as the price of his criminal curiosity, what right had I to exult in his misfortune?

from Occurrences 1%

There were some intricacies, observed by all the Christian churches, in adjusting the day of keeping Easter, which depended on a complicated consideration of the course of the sun and moon: and it happened that the missionaries, who had converted the Scots and Britons, had followed a different calendar from that which was observed at Rome in the age when Augustine converted the Saxons.

about Occurrences 1%

On December 23 of the uncorrected calendar, according to the corrected calendar about the end of August, in 564, a battle took place at the promontory of Myonnesus between Teos and Colophon; the Romans broke through the line of the enemy, and totally surrounded the left wing, so that they took or sank 42 ships.

over Occurrences 1%

Here are some periodicals I sent to the library for, thinking you might like to look at them, and I put my new calendar over your writing-desk.

as Occurrences 1%

The Julian calendar was known as 'Old Style', and the Gregorian calendar as 'New Style' (N.S.).

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