processional path

processional path

A continuation of the choir aisles behind the high altar in an apsidal (and sometimes in a square-ended) church.
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During adolescence, the decision making process regarding the career path is triggered by internal and external factors that impose the pressure to choose a certain educational and processional path.
Not for the result in itself, but for the manner in which it flipped round the entire draw and denied the southern hemisphere super-powers a processional path to the final.
In Luxor town, the Avenue of the Sphinxes, a processional path linking Karnak and Luxor Temple, is being excavated so that tourists can follow in the footsteps of the ancients as they parade the golden images of their gods.
In fact, he adopted the inward, angled spiral form of a local petroglyph as the symbol for his fellowship and the plan of the processional path around and through his compound.
But within this perplexing panorama it is still possible to discern and experience moments of inexplicable resonance -- the touch of stone, the flicker of light, the processional path, the gathering of souls -- that express the human desire to commune with forces more venerable and mysterious than the cosmos itself.