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sacred

(jargon)
Reserved for exclusive use by something. The term might mean only writable by whatever it is sacred to.

For example, "Register 7 is sacred to the interrupt handler" would mean that if any other code changed the contents of register 7, dire consequences would ensue.

What does it mean when you dream about a sacred place?

A church, temple, synagogue, or any place considered sacred may indicate a renewing of what the dreamer considers to be important or venerable.

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It is morally and aesthetically adamant, most of all because it is sacredly ontological.
This, although it is not clearly explained, will somehow sacredly make the Godfather more powerful and allow him to raise the corpses of the dead.
It is to be based on a farm of not less than two hundred acres, one hundred and fifty of them sacredly reserved for Agriculture; males and females to be equally employed as teachers and received as pupils; no distinctions of exclusions to be made on account of color; the school is to be managed by fifteen trustees, six of them appointed by the Committee on education of the National Council and nine chosen by the stockholders.
and the atmosphere was redolent with peace and happiness although so short a time had elapsed, the mother appeared like a very different woman; she had signed the pledge and most sacredly kept it (Augustus, 1972: 12).
PML-N chief said that we would have to keep country interests sacredly and personal interests could not be preferred by keeping country interests aside, warning, we would not allow the government to do so.
19) The stele is titled Gongyang Shijiarulai zhushi shiba zunzhe wubai da aluohan shenghao [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Offerings to the Sacredly Named Eighteen Luohans who Remain in the World [to Abide the Teaching] of the Sakyamuni Buddha and the Five Hundred Luohans).
The proposal stated that the Islamic Conference "believes that the attack on sacredly held beliefs and the defamation of religions, religious symbols, personalities and dogmas impinge on the enjoyment of human rights of followers of those religions.
posits "though there was a whirr and roar in the high air / there was a Voice louder // though its speech was lower than a whisper" and Ali answers "You are never going to know which night's mouth is sacredly reciting / and which night's recitation is secretly mere wind" (from The Walls Do Not Fall and "Ramadan" respectively).
That all their civil and religious liberties and privileges will be sacredly respected.
From blood and organs to eggs, sperm, and parenthood, money is closely intertwined with numerous items, activities, and relationships that many contend should be impervious to, or even sacredly immune from, market forces.
Sports, which we are repeatedly told represent a sacredly apolitical space, a place to flee the headaches of the real world, has now been thrust into the heart of a conflict raw with politics in a way we haven't seen in quite some time.
Like fleeting cherry blossoms, almost sacredly ephemeral, the transience of hevel inspires Kohelet's existential transformation.