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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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Now, I believe it is woman's right to have a voice in all the laws and regulations by which she is to be governed, whether in Church or State; and that the present arrangements of society, on these points, are a violation of human rights, a rank usurpation of power, a violent seizure and confiscation of what is sacredly and inalienably hers--thus inflicting upon woman outrageous wrongs, working mischief incalculable in the social circle, and in its influence on the world producing only evil, and that continually.
I didn't want my lasting impression of something so sacredly retro to be tainted by a cheap attempt to cash in some 20 years later.
Rather, I believe that this aspect of "Chosen" is about diaspora: one need not be in a sacredly charged place in order to experience the sacred.
It would have to be done sacredly, solemnly, ritually, symbolically, and in all reality, in a publicly decorous language and gesture and posture.
Indeed, with issues as varied as a Muslim student demanding the University of Guelph have women-only times at their gym, to the removal of pork and the addition of special prayer times during the annual "sugar shack" festivities in Quebec, it seems nothing is sacredly Canadian.
More than that, this book will encourage much-needed dialogue among the faithful of how to regain a prophetic voice that treats the needs of people as sacredly as we do our altars.
It is nothing less than to reinterpret the perennial philosophy of mysticism in twenty-first-century terms, to bear witness to the fact that mysticism is not what the dictionary says it is, something related to a sacredly obscure attempt to achieve elevated religious feeling or ecstasy, but a philosophy that sets out to comprehend and explain the nature of reality as it relates to man.
Nonetheless, it's clear that cultural institutions, collectors, and an entire category of scholarly, dedicated professionals cannot be held hostage to the misguided conviction that artistic and cultural patrimony is sacredly site-specific.
339) In return, she promised, "all those blessings which flow from constitutional obligations conscientiously kept and government duties sacredly performed.
The cremation also violated sacredly held religious beliefs, family members said.
Just as it has been sacredly assumed for decades, if not centuries, that the perfect length is four years and the perfect age is 18-22, it has been wrongly assumed that summers must be taken off and that courses must be limited to four or five per semester.
Now would be the point at which we're expected to pillory Sommers for trashing the sacredly profane legacy of Karloff and Lugosi, like he did with those shrieking, video-game aesthetic ``Mummy'' movies a few years back.