Definition of Rubrics

1. Noun. (plural of rubric) ¹

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Definition of Rubrics

1. rubric [n] - See also: rubric

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rubrics

rubric
rubrical
rubrically
rubricate
rubricated
rubricates
rubricating
rubrication
rubrications
rubricator
rubricators
rubrician
rubricians
rubricity
rubrick
rubrics (current term)
rubricyte
rubrobulbar tract
rubroreticular fasciculi
rubroreticular tract
rubrospinal
rubrospinal decussation
rubrospinal tract
rubrosulphin
rubs
rubs out
rubstone
rubstones
rubulavirus
rubulavirus infections

Literary usage of Rubrics

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1. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"In describing the kinds of rubrics we have intentionally omitted mention of ... Writers distinguish between Divine and human rubrics, but as soon as rubrics ..."

2. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"In describing the kinds of rubrics we have intentionally omitted mention of ... Writers distinguish" between Divine and human rubrics, but as soon as ..."

3. A Dictionary of Christian Antiquities: Comprising the History, Institutions by William Smith, Samuel Cheetham (1880)
"In the same way the regulations for the manner of performing the sacred offices of the church were called rubrics, and were commonly written in red ..."

4. The Church Cyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Church Doctrine, History by Angelo Ames Benton (1883)
"The body of the rubrics formed a compilation at first separate from the Liturgy, which contained comparatively few rubrics. There were regulations in force ..."

5. The High Performance Toolbox: Succeeding With Performance Tasks, Projects by Spence Rogers, Shari Graham (1998)
"Excellent rubrics Adhere to Specific Criteria Experience has shown us that no one seems to like anyone else's rubrics. Quite often, experts don't like other ..."

6. The United States Vs. Andres Castillero: "New Almaden" : Transcript of the by Andrés Castillero, United States (1860)
"The rubrics to the session of the 23d April, 1846, are those of Segura, Flores, and myself; the rubrics to the session of May 2d, 1846, are those of Segura, ..."

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