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acolyte

Christianity an officer who attends or assists a priest
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The Acolyte to Wolflight with Genesis Revisited Tour comes on the back of his latest chart album Wolflight and does what it says on the tin - features a huge part of his discography.
Faid recruits Acolyte from the Terror Hack to run an elite group of hackers called the Acolytes.
Summary: Sardar Biglari is an acolyte of Warren Buffett, and some pundits believe that his company, Biglari Holdings, could be the next Berkshire Hathaway.
Synbiosis, a world-leading manufacturer of automated microbiological systems, has introduced its aCOLyte 3 cost-effective colony counting system, which is ideal for microbiologists that need to significantly increase their throughput, as well as improve count accuracy.
He was instituted as an acolyte in 1994 by Bishop Timothy Harrington, and served as an acolyte for 15 years.
With a Mamata acolyte like Mukul Roy at its helm, you can be sure that the Railways is being run into the ground
As an acolyte labouring diligently to ensure the success of the Rajapaksa project by all means necessary he seemed to have been ready and willing to step outside the law, again and again.
Now with two independent single releases under their belt, the lads hopped over the border to Leeds and showcased their awesome debut album, Acolyte.
DELPHIC Acolyte (Universal) THE buzz around this Manchester four-piece has been almost unflinchingly positive and fortunately their pulsing brand of synth-rock is the perfect sound to shake off the winter blues.
An Acolyte light activates when the pack is opened.
Their relationship has always been "pilot to co-pilot," with Ivan as treacherous pilot and Hilly as naive acolyte.
At Harvard Gropius introduced him to his Bauhaus colleague and acolyte Marcel Breuer who was to employ him in his New York office on the design of the architect's own house at New Canaan.