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acolyte

Christianity an officer who attends or assists a priest
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Surpris, le baron et ses acolytes ont tente de s'enfuir en faisant usage d'armes a feu.
After arriving in the central London club at 1am Biebs, 21, picked around 20 girls to dance with him and his many acolytes.
Alas, Saunders Lewis and his acolytes, like Gwynfor Evans, were far more interested in raising the language issue than raising the living standards of the Welsh.
Faid recruits Acolyte from the Terror Hack to run an elite group of hackers called the Acolytes.
But self-styled "Man of God" Walter Masocha can today be unmasked as a fraud, a conman and a depraved pervert who preyed on the religious beliefs of his acolytes.
Book one, "The Acolytes of Crane" (ISBN: 978-1482547580) was published in early 2013 and is a story about a boy who sees beyond himself and into the galaxy.
Modi Acolytes would again respond the way they have been trained to give Galis but these are authentic statistics from Planning Commission," he further tweeted.
THE euphoria which greeted Jose Mourinho's return to Chelsea - from Blues fans and media acolytes - was never shared here.
Hardly a rousing rendition though, not helped by former leader John Mutton and his acolytes apparently forgetting the words.
LED by acolytes on Twitter, there was much wailing and gnashing of London teeth at the news that the BBC had decided to can Danny Baker's London radio show.
Les dirigeants du club de Londres et leurs acolytes madrilenes ont publie l'information sur leurs sites officiels respectifs.
Acolytes who are willing to venture beyond the confines of the law are vitally necessary to all Ruling Families.