sicut in Hustingis London, Winton, &c.).
sie willo oin suae is in heofne adueniat regnum tuum fiat uoluntas tua sicut in caelo 7 in eorNo.
(12) 7 forgef us scylda usra suae uoe forgefon scyldgum et demitte nobis debita nostra sicut nos dimittimus debitoribus usum.
2 Sicut acus per naturam vertitur ad septentrionem dum sit tacta a magnete.
- Sicut acus nautica dirigit marinarios in sua navigatione.
Their relics are then collected and buried "sicut hodie illic est cernere," in a spot where "to this day" no meaner sepulture is permitted.
Taken in connexion with a statement which almost immediately precedes this - " Cereos autem non clara luce accendimus, sicut frustra calumniaris: sed ut noctis tenebras hoc solatio temperemus " (§ 7) - this seems to point to the fact that the ritual use of lights in the church services, so far as already established, arose from the same conservative habit as determined the development of liturgical vestments, i.e.
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