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  • 1 Holy Grail, The — • The name of a legendary sacred vessel, variously identified with the chalice of the Eucharist or the dish of the Pascal lamb, and the theme of a famous medieval cycle of romance Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 2 Holy Grail — According to Christian mythology, the Holy Grail was the dish, plate, or cup used by Jesus at the Last Supper, said to possess miraculous powers. The connection of Joseph of Arimathea with the Grail legend dates from Robert de Boron s Joseph d… …

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  • 3 Holy Chalice — This article is about the Christian relic. For the legendary object referred to in medieval and modern stories, see Holy Grail …

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  • 4 Holy Grail — Grail Grail, n. [OF. graal, greal, greet, F. graal, gr[ e]al, LL. gradalis, gradale, prob. derived fr. L. crater bowl, mixing vessel, Gr. krath r. See {Crater.}] A broad, open dish; a chalice; only used of the {Holy Grail}. [1913 Webster] Note:… …

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  • 5 Holy Grail —    The concept of the Holy Grail is intimately associated with the world of courtly culture, chivalry, and Christianity.While it may have its origins in Celtic mythology, the earliest references to the Grail can be found in medieval Latin… …

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  • 6 The Holy Grail —     The Holy Grail     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Holy Grail     The name of a legendary sacred vessel, variously identified with the chalice of the Eucharist or the dish of the Pascal lamb, and the theme of a famous medieval cycle of romance …

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  • 7 Graal, The Holy —    From Arthurian Legend, a cup, chalice, bowl or tray, depending which story you read. Said to be the cup used by Jesus Christ at the last supper. It was preserved by Joseph of Arimathea, who caught some of Christ s blood in it at the… …

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  • 8 kad|dish — «KAH dihsh», noun, plural kad|di|shim«kah DIHSH ihm, KAH dih SHIHM». 1. Also, Kaddish. a Hebrew prayer, recited in the synagogue as part of daily service and by a person mourning for a deceased parent, brother, sister, or other close relative. 2 …

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  • 9 Grail, The Holy — • The name of a legendary sacred vessel, variously identified with the chalice of the Eucharist or the dish of the Pascal lamb, and the theme of a famous medieval cycle of romance Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …

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  • 10 Grail, The Holy —    From Arthurian Legend, a cup, chalice, bowl or tray, depending which story you read. Said to be the cup used by Jesus Christ at the last supper. It was preserved by Joseph of Arimathea, who caught some of Christ s blood in it at the… …

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  • 11 grail — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. sacred vessel, holy dish, chalice; see cup …

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  • 12 sangreal — n. Grail, holy dish …

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  • 13 Culture of Honduras — Holy Week in Honduras. The wealth of cultural expression in Honduras owes its origins primarily to being a part of Latin America but also to the multi ethnic nature of the country. The population comprises 90% Mestizo, 7% Amerindian, 2% Black and …

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  • 14 Christmas worldwide — Christmas around the world redirects here. For other uses, see Christmas Around the World (Bradley Joseph album). The Christmas season is celebrated in different ways around the world, varying by country and region. Elements common to many areas… …

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  • 15 Nowruz — For other uses, see Nowruz (disambiguation). Nowrūz Also called Also spelled Nouruz, Norouz, Norooz, Narooz, Nawruz, Newroz, Newruz, Nauruz, Nawroz, Noruz, Nohrooz, Novruz, Nauroz, Navroz, Naw Rúz, Nowroj, Navroj, Nevruz …

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  • 16 Mole (sauce) — Molé redirects here. For the French statesman, see Louis Mathieu Molé. Chicken in a red mole sauce Mole (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmole]) (Mexican Spanish, from Nahuatl mulli or molli, sauce or concoction ) is the generic name for a number of …

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  • 17 Taboo food and drink — This article is about practices and beliefs in relation to various animals as food. For more discussion on religious views, see Unclean animals. Swine are considered treif (unfit or unclean) in Judaism and haraam (forbidden) in Islam. Taboo food… …

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  • 18 Gumbo — Infobox Prepared Food name = Gumbo caption = A bowl of shrimp gumbo. alternate name = country = United States region = Louisiana creator = course = served = main ingredient = Stock Okra Meat and/or Shellfish Celery Bell Peppers Onion rice… …

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  • 19 Palestinian cuisine — Part of a series on Palestinians …

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  • 20 Medieval cuisine — A group of travelers sharing a simple meal of bread and drink; Livre du roi Modus et de la reine Ratio, 14th century. Medieval cuisine includes the foods, eating habits, and cooking methods of various European cultures during the Middle Ages, a… …

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