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coenobite

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a member of a religious order following a communal rule of life
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Alain Coulombe was very effective as the elderly Cenobite leader, Palemon, lending some affecting gravitas to the proceedings.
A "Hellraiser," "Hellbound: Hellraiser II" and "Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth" reunion is guaranteed to make the hair stand up on your spine when Pinhead (Doug Bradley) and his fellow S&M demons Butterball Cenobite (Simon Banford) and Female Cenobite (Barbie Wilde), as well as heroine Kirsty (Ashley Laurance) and hellish causalities Sharon Hill (Sharon Ceccatti) and the priest (Clayton Hill) join forces.
A cenobite is defined as "a member of a religious group living together" (The New Merriam-Webster Pocket Dictionary 1971: 78).
Mon ame est un tombeau que, mauvais cenobite, Depuis l'eternite je parcours et j'habite; Rien n'embellit les murs de ce cloitre odieux.
Harpham suggests that the behavior of the cenobite is more commonly associated with proscriptions imposed on the individual by the monastic community; the monastery operates as an arena that limits excessive individualism through strict adherence to rules, forms, and discipline (30).
Lane, for example, reads the novel as Waugh's own expression of Silk's longing for a return to some cenobitic past: "Not the community of the convent, but the singular, lonely existence of the cenobite in the desert is what Waugh himself appeared to be turning to as he commenced to grow older" (88).
63); Nisterus the Cenobite (AP Nisterus 1, 2; AP Poemen 131); Paesius (AP Poemen 65); Pambo (AP Poemen 47, 75, 150); Paphnutius (AP Paphnutius 3, AP Poemen 190); Pior (AP Poemen 85); Simon (AP Poemen 137); Sisoes (AP Poemen 82, 187); Theonas (AP Poemen 151); Timothy (AP Poemen 79); Zacharias (AP Zacharias 5).
Here are our top nostalgic screamathons that'll leave you sleeping with the light on s eep g t t e g t o Hellraiser (Netflix) Pinhead and his Cenobites are celebrating their 30th birthday this year - and they look more gruesome and gory than ever.
Frank inadvertently opens a portal to hell, as you do, and the Cenobites tear his body apart.
Nicholas Vince and Barbie Wilde both made memorable appearances in Hellbound: Hellraiser II as cenobites, ritually mutilated people as invented by author Clive Barker.
The time they keep is the church bell tolling of Mom's heroes the Cenobites, crossing over and coming on in.
These communities brought them the name of cenobites, and the cells and their settlements were called chinovies.