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prayer book

1. Ecclesiast a book containing the prayers used at church services or recommended for private devotions
2. Church of England another name for Book of Common Prayer
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I might have chosen "Reformed" to describe Cranmer's party, even though Puritans still saw his prayer book as too papist.
According to the Amazon description of the prayer book, the idea for the prayer book came after a successful take off of the PRAYHoUSe prayer website.
Carbon testing has dated the prayer book to the year 840, about 300 to 400 years before the oldest known Torah scroll from the 12th and 13th centuries.
The Jewish prayer book (siddur) includes statements of thanksgiving.
As part of this jubilee celebration, the Prayer Book Society is suggesting four dates be observed.
Demers, McIlwraith, and Thunder's volume presents a facsimile and translation of the most extensive of these texts: a prayer book in Cree syllabics printed in 1883.
After surviving the trench warfare of World War I, he passed on the prayer book to my grandfather, Peter Carrier, who was to marry his daughter (my grandmother Geraldine Gagen) around the start of WWII.
2005), a specialist in southern Netherlandish manuscript illumination, tracked down and researched the small prayer book ordered by Charles, who was king of the Franks from 1467 to 1477.
There was also a prayer book with the letter which Yosef asked Mubarak to try and deliver to Shalit.
This unusual Prayer Book and Hymnal marks "the 200th Anniversary of the Appointment of Lachlan Macquarie as Governor of New South Wales and the 450th Anniversary of the 1559 Book of Common Prayer".
Everything is set for the 2009 finals of the contest held by the Prayer Book Society in which teenagers learn parts of Cranmer's famous liturgy and recite them from memory.
Lavie's fields of research include gender, public communications and multiculturalism, and she scoured historical archives and private collections to uncover the forgotten manuscripts and human stories that she presents in A Jewish Woman's Prayer Book, published by Spiegel & Grau/Random House earlier this month.