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praise

Religion the extolling of a deity or the rendering of homage and gratitude to a deity
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Firstly, the specialist praiser is epistemologically located within traditional Zulu culture and his critical agency is exercised when, in a public space, he physically opposes the king.
6) Essentially, the Spirit is in the praiser, and the praising behavior is testimony to the presence of the Spirit.
noun class 1/2 or 7/8 or 9/10) umu/aba (class 1/2) fund (learn) -i umfundi student (personal class only) hamb (go, walk) -i umhambi traveller (most common) theng (buy) -i umthengi customer shumayel (preach) -i umshumayeli preacher isi/izi (class 7/8) eb (steal) -i isebi thief (personal as well as thul (be silent) -i isithuli a mute impersonal class) gijim (run) -i isigijimi runner, messenger in/izin (class 9/10) bong (praise) -i imbongi royal (personal as well as praiser impersonal class) Impersonal deverbatives Suffix Prefix of impersonal Verb root -o class (i.
He is a maker, a seer, a narrator, a praiser, a lover exploring "the wonderful and bewildering paradoxes and complementarities, the constant change and becoming" ("Crosslight" essay).
Since three telecom carriers already had fiber cables wired into the building, Taconic founders Charles Bendit and Paul Praiser decided to market the remaining space to other telecom and Web-hosting companies that needed to connect equipment to the fiber networks.
Apparently the ap praiser was considered "judgment-proof.
Aristophanes's metamorphically vivifying imagination is at its most intense here; the central agon (debate) pits Better Argument, praiser of the old ways and days and virtues, against Worse Argument, a glib & constructor of traditional mores.
Paolo Fernando de Moraes Farias takes this into the realm of subject constitution itself, in a fascinating study of how particular traditions separate the person praised from his position, king from kingship, and so call in question the nature of `truth' and `lies', subject and object, and even praiser and praisee.