ceremonial

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ceremonial

Christianity
a. the prescribed order of rites and ceremonies
b. a book containing this
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A chapter considers how the shirts continue to inspire students, teachers developing curriculum, ceremonialists, quillworkers, seamstresses, and artists in the Blackfoot communities, as well as the museum staff.
On August 20, 1994, several ceremonialists, including David Carson, a Chocktaw medicine pipe carrier, gathered in full regalia for a ceremony in New Orleans with the chiefs of the Mardi Gras Indians.
The schedule includes a wild collection of orators, filmmakers, authors, activists and ceremonialists. The acts will be spread out over four different spoken word stages so that if you don't hear something you like on one soapbox, you can always go to another.
Conversely, the views of a number of Laudian ceremonialists, who were regarded as something akin to invaders from Mars among wide sectors of clergy and laity, are folded into an "established" church position.