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processional

Christianity
a. a book containing the prayers, hymns, litanies, and liturgy prescribed for processions
b. a hymn, litany, etc., used in a procession
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Each year, the congregation sponsors a "kilt election," vying two members against each other in a friendly competition to receive a new kilt for the next year and the opportunity to cinch his or her spot in the processional. At least two dozen members have received a kilt from this contest, and most years result in enough funds to purchase kilts for both parties.
On October 15, 1864 The Church Times published Onward Christian Soldiers, and The Salvation Army adopted the hymn as its favoured processional.
Froome will finally get his hands on a second of the three grand tours providing he safely crosses the line in today's processional final stage into Madrid.
While seemingly a simple book containing liturgical chant of the music to be sung in a procession, the processional has an interdisciplinary reach.
I show that the original processional was dismembered and sold by American manuscript dealer Otto F.
The processional elephant made in 19th century Rajasthan sat at the bottom of the great staircase of Seeger's Berkshire mansion.
Brian Catling, shortlisted artist for the ACE Award for art in a religious context for his processional cross for Dorchester Abbey, has completed a second commission from St Martin-in-the-Fields.
The couple's processional song was Canon in D by Pachelbel and recessional song was Give the World a Smile by the Wichita Gospel Assembly Band.
The volume's cover classifies it as "Early Advanced" in level, and I found the selections to be accessible--quick to learn and not excessive in technical demands--a plus when dividing one's attention between playing musically and coordinating a processional with an unpredictable flower girl.
The final stage is Sunday's processional run-in to Paris.
Next, artist DesirA[c]e Holman reflects on organizing the closing processional that led everyone out the building one last time.
I have been having great fun designing the Processional Labyrinth for the RHS Show with David Goff Eveleigh (www.goffee.com).