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hallowed

1. set apart as sacred
2. consecrated or holy
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May 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Two Hundred Fifty travel professionals from 30 states and more than 50 companies celebrated National Travel & Tourism week by helping the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Partnership's Living Legacy Project -- an initiative designed to plant a tree for each of the 620,000 fallen Civil War soldiers.
HALLOWED TURF: Youngsters and adults enjoyed the chance to play on the Anfield pitch
Each interprets the theme of ``All Hallowed Orchids,'' with an emphasis on the `Dracula' and masdevallia genus, the most spidery and unusual of orchids, a nod to Halloween.
If we do, then it means that they should be included in the hallowed realm of the school curriculum and not slighted as "mere" talents or aptitudes to be exercised only during extracurricular activities.
The racing press has not gone wild over Louisiana-based Hallowed Dreams equalling the modern-day record of 16 consecutive victories set by Citation and matched by Mr Frisky and Cigar.
The Republicans, he said, "propose to cede back power from the hallowed halls of Congress to the more hallowed kitchen tables of America, where night after night families bow their heads in thanks and make decisions about education, charity, jobs, spending, debt, and values with a wisdom and compassion that no number of agency heads, cabinet secretaries, or members of Congress could ever match.
As the owner of two dogs, it angers me to see dogs in these hallowed places.
Senator John Warner, R-VA, introduced the "Journey Through Hallowed Ground National Heritage Area Act" (S.
His Hallowed Haunting Ground has become a Studio City fixture so popular people wait in lines stretching down the street.
HALLOWED DREAMS landed a record-equalling 16th consecutive success when taking the $40,000 Miss Dixie Stakes for three-year-old fillies at Louisiana Downs on Saturday, writes Dan Farley.
17 /PRNewswire/ -- As The Journey Through Hallowed Ground (JTHG) initiative gains support in the halls of Congress and in local communities along the three-state historic corridor, the JTHG Foundation reports an increase in the number of teachers, lawyers, historians, engineers, urban planners, and transportation professionals who are lending their professional support in the form of pro bono services.