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paten

, patin, patine
a plate, usually made of silver or gold, esp the plate on which the bread is placed in the Eucharist
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Owen Ramsden was a prolific supplier of church plate: chalices, patens and ciboria, alms dishes and crosiers, drawing on both Gothic and Romanesque styles.
In 1980, for instance, the magisterium insisted "Particular respect and care are due to the sacred vessels, both the chalice and paten for the celebration of the Eucharist, and the ciboria for the Communion of the faithful.
During recent alterations, the body of a priest, dead for many hundreds of years yet still bearing a chalice and paten, was unearthed.
I will place on my paten, O God, the harvest to be won by this renewal of labour.
Philip Begley, 31 Job: General Manager of Begley Paten Role:To supply electricity to everyone who needs it - that means laying an impressive 800 miles of electricity cable.
Tries from Andrew Paten, Russell Lear and Dennis Lennard, two of which were converted by John Canney, saw the visitors destroy the home team's lead and storm to their first win of the season.
Tenders are invited for supply of construction materials for paten godak g.
The chalice and paten were taken to the altar by Mr Philip and Mrs Sandra Delamere.
Tehsildar Thorar confirmed the incident and said that corolla car bearing registration number LX 9906 fell in Nullah which was on its way from Azad Paten to Taeen at the link road near Kashmir highway.
IT was interesting to read of the argument over the location of the Cymer Abbey chalice and paten.