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  • 181Geneva gown — The Geneva gown, also called a pulpit gown, pulpit robe, or preaching robe, is an ecclesiastical garment customarily worn by ordained ministers in the Christian churches that arose out of the historic Protestant Reformation. Description The gown …

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  • 182For Fatherland and Freedom/LNNK — Tēvzemei un Brīvībai/LNNK Leader Roberts Zīle Founded TB: 1 February 1993 …

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  • 183Madona — Not to be confused with Madonna. Madona   Town   …

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  • 184Chimere — Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud, wearing a black chimere over his white rochet. A chimere is a garment that was formally worn as part of academic dress, or by Anglican bishops in choir dress. A descendant of a riding cloak, the chimere… …

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  • 185Mantle (mollusc) — European Squid (Loligo vulgaris). The mantle is all that is visible behind the head: the outer body wall and the fins are all part of the mantle …

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  • 186Public Worship Regulation Act 1874 — Infobox UK Legislation short title=Public Worship Regulation Act 1874 parliament=United Kingdom Parliament long title=An Act for the better administration of the Laws respecting the regulation of Public Worship. statute book chapter=37 38 Vict. c …

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  • 187Serenade to Music — The Serenade to Music is a setting by Ralph Vaughan Williams for 16 vocal soloists and orchestra. The composer drew the text from the discussion about music and the music of the spheres in Act V, scene 1 of The Merchant of Venice by William… …

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  • 188Clerical collar — A Lutheran minister with a clerical collar A plastic clerical collar …

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  • 189Prosphora — A prosphoron (Greek: πρόσφορον, offering ) is a small loaf of bread used in Orthodox Christian liturgies. The plural form is prosphora (πρόσφορα). The term originally meant any offering made to a temple, but in Orthodox Christianity has come to… …

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  • 190Mandilion — Robert Sidney, 1st Earl of Leicester wearing a mandilion colly westonward A mandilion or mandelion is a loose men s hip length pullover coat or jacket, open down the sides, worn in England in the later sixteenth century. It was fashionable to… …

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  • 191Peter Pearson — is a leading American icon painter. He has created hundreds of icons for private collectors, churches, and other institutions throughout the world. Through his workshops and seminars, he has worked with more than 2,000 students.He has studied… …

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  • 192Our Lady of Mount Carmel — For other uses, see Our Lady of Mount Carmel (disambiguation). Our Lady of Carmel by Pietro Novelli, 1641. Our Lady of Mount Carmel is the title given to the Blessed Virgin Mary in her role as patroness of the Carmelite Order. The first… …

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  • 193Protodeacon — derives from the Greek proto meaning first and diakonos , meaning deacon . The word in English may refer to various clergymen, depending upon the usage of the particular church in question.Eastern Orthodox ChurchProtodeacon is an honorific rank… …

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  • 194Living Garment of God — Living Garment of God, Living Nature, so called by Goethe, nature being viewed by him as the garment, or vesture, with which God invests himself so as to reveal and impart Himself to man …

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  • 195Gaiters — are items worn on the lower leg and used primarily as personal protective equipment; similar items used primarily for display are spats. Gaiters used in equestrian riding are known as riding gaiters.Etymology and terminologyGaiter comes from the… …

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  • 196Ponte Sant'Angelo — Ponte Sant Angelo, once the Aelian Bridge or Pons Aelius meaning the Bridge of Hadrian , is a bridge in Rome, constructed between 134 139 by Roman Emperor Hadrian, to span the Tiber, from the city center to his newly constructed mausoleum, now… …

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  • 197Cæremoniale Episcoporum — The Cæremoniale Episcoporum (Ceremonial of Bishops) is a book that describes the Church services to be performed by Bishops of the Latin Rite of the Roman Catholic Church. Pope Clement VIII published on 14 July 1600 the first book to bear this… …

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  • 198Māris Gailis — (born July 9, 1951 in Riga) is a Latvian political figure. He served as Prime Minister of Latvia between September 15, 1994 and December 21, 1995.[1] Preceded by Valdis Birkavs Prime Minister of Latvia September 15, 1994 – December 21, 1995… …

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  • 199Church etiquette — varies greatly between the different nations and cultural groups among whom the Christian Church is found. In Western Culture, in common with most social situations, church etiquette has generally changed greatly over the last half century or… …

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  • 200Buckland, Oxfordshire — Buckland is a village and civil parish in the Vale of White Horse district of the English county of Oxfordshire, and historically in Berkshire.Character and locationAccording to the 2001 census, the parish had a population of 553 inhabitantscite… …

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