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cruet

Christianity either of a pair of small containers for the wine and water used in the Eucharist
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University asked whether some other use of crystal, such as vinegar stored in crystal cruets, might add lead to children's diets.
At such moments, when the clod at the altar forgot to ring the bells, or brought the wrong cruet, or knelt there like a stone when he should have been liquiding around the altar in a flutter of surplice sleeves, I closed my eyes in shame and in memory, for my rookie year was a litany of errors too long to list, and my graduation from rookie to veteran was a source of great pride to me.
13), of about 1745, hears the royal arms and describes him as a "GLASS CUTTER' who 'makes & sells all Sorts of Curious Cut Glass, such as Cruets, Castors, Salts .
We bring them over to the chapel and we show them things that I learned about as an altar server years ago: "Here's the crucifix, here are the cruets, here is the tabernacle.
Contract awarded for Acquisition of 100 jugs with stainless steel lid 100 cruets glass sheet attached under.
Schofield made massive sideboard pieces, trays and teasets, but he specialised in candelabra and cruets of matchless elegance and symmetry, with crisply fashioned high-relief decoration.
The chamber sticks were good sellers at pounds 300 plus each a George III lidded jug at pounds 485, candlesticks, boxes, cruets sets and more all attacking interest.
Choosing such items as salt and pepper mills, candle holders, oil and vinegar cruets, water jugs and champagne coolers, McKee and Thoma were hoping to add to the Spanish cuisine and Gaudi-inspired decor of Solera, which opened this month.
Dating from 1635 to 1735, it includes chalices, finger bowls and cruets.
Again, every detail is spot on, with beautiful cruets and stylishly narrow wine buckets sitting elegantly atop rough hewn chunks of wood.
He went about his appointed rounds, lighting candles (some so tall that it was a struggle to reach their wicks) and filling the cruets with water and wine, with its tantalizing aroma.