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ceremonial

Christianity
a. the prescribed order of rites and ceremonies
b. a book containing this
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Every copy of Magnificent Fiend comes with a free sachet of patchouli oil for you to ceremonially burn while you sit cross legged as it plays.
ceremonially take down Christ's body from the cross and wrap it in a burial sheet during a service that begins at 3 p.
And outside the music and dance, how do the performers see the relationship between these songs and the ceremonially cognate, although musically distinct, manikay/bunggul song series further north and east, or wangga songs further west?
Austin State University leaders, ceremonially signed House Bill 1775, allowing the school to issue up to $13 million in revenue bonds to expand, renovate, and construct School of Nursing facilities.
The bard will then be ceremonially led to the stage in the presence of the Gorsedd of the Bards, who are robed in white, blue and green.
and Cox Communications, to ceremonially connect 811, the new national "Call Before You Dig" number.
22, EU AND UN OFFICIALS ceremonially detonated the last two land mines in the Cypriot capital of Nicosia.
While Isaiah may have felt fairly secure and even righteous in the temple, this vision undoes all pretenses, and the ceremonially clean priest confesses his true status as "unclean.
By engaging or disengaging with a series of landed walls, the amphitheatre--the space for communal dialogue and shared experience--will be able to respond to unpredictable British summer weather, which ceremonially took Siza and de Moura's pavilion by storm last year as the rain poured in on opening night.
WellPoint ceremonially signed the money over to the state on Thursday, allowing clinics to receive grants by this summer.
Lewis, and NYSEDC chair Charles Gargano--broke ground for the future financial building, ceremonially dipping polished silver shovels into a troth of dirt in a gesture defiant to the terrorist threats and indicative of the city's resolve to remain a financial capital.
Macdonald preserved a sense of ritual by having the singers enter clad as monks, ceremonially removing their black cloaks to reveal their costumes, only to return to their monks' garments at the end.