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pendant, pendent, pendent drop
on an Early New England house
pendant, 1: A
1. A suspended feature or hanging ornament used in the vaults and timber roofs of Gothic architecture or Gothic Revival; also called a pendent.
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By wearing this pendent
, the devotee aspires to get blessings from Vasudeva.
They should of course state the name and the full date as shown on the pendent
as wellas their nameand address and phone number.
The main contribution of dipole response generally stems from hetrocyclic sulfide and pendent
sulfide groups (refs.