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hallow

hallow Sentence Examples

  • Among the Greeks cruciform shape sufficed of itself to hallow wood or stone.

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  • He died at Hallow Park near Worcester on the 28th of April 1842.

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  • A splendid legend relates the coming of St Peter in person to hallow his new church.

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  • But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground.

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  • In the Christian religion, especially where animal sacrifices, together with the cult of totem or holy animals, have been given up, it is usual to hallow the oil used in ritual anointings with I lyrical fantasia in one Sarah Bernhardt, whi and original of mode unity, persistent purp in a measure the tra he wrote his Sogno Gioconda; in the sue contemporary politic probably through th allusions in some of i {1901), a perfect r and emotion, magnifi most authoritative It first real although not to the Italian theatre.

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  • The priest, vested in a violet cope, prays that God may send His angel to hallow the ash, that it become a remedium salubre for all penitents.

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  • hallow this ground.

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  • What is the scene, confined or expansive, which her orb does not hallow?

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  • They do but ope the blessed book Of marriage in their hallow'd nook.

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  • consecratio, from con and sacrare, " to make sacred"), the separating or setting apart of certain persons, animals, things, places and seasons as sacred, so as to hallow and sanctify them in themselves or adapt them to a religious role and purpose.

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  • Among the Greeks cruciform shape sufficed of itself to hallow wood or stone.

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  • The priest, vested in a violet cope, prays that God may send His angel to hallow the ash, that it become a remedium salubre for all penitents.

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  • But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground.

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  • In the Christian religion, especially where animal sacrifices, together with the cult of totem or holy animals, have been given up, it is usual to hallow the oil used in ritual anointings with I lyrical fantasia in one Sarah Bernhardt, whi and original of mode unity, persistent purp in a measure the tra he wrote his Sogno Gioconda; in the sue contemporary politic probably through th allusions in some of i {1901), a perfect r and emotion, magnifi most authoritative It first real although not to the Italian theatre.

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  • The sacramentary of Serapion, c. 350, provides a prayer asking that the divine Word may descend into the water and hallow it, as of old it hallowed the Jordan.

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  • A splendid legend relates the coming of St Peter in person to hallow his new church.

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  • He died at Hallow Park near Worcester on the 28th of April 1842.

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  • Using Halloween favors is a perfect finishing touch to any themed wedding near All Hallow's Eve.

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  • Part of Halloween's origin involves the assumption that demons and the dead rise on All Hallow's Eve and walk the earth.

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