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  • 1 ceremonial object — ▪ religion Introduction  any object used in a ritual or a religious ceremony.       Throughout the history of religions and cultures, objects used in cults, rituals, and sacred ceremonies have almost always been of both utilitarian and symbolic… …

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  • 2 Ceremonial Squadron — The Ceremonial Squadron ( C Sqn ) an HQ Unit of Training Group of the Hong Kong Air Cadet Corps. Contents 1 History 2 Duties of the Guards of Honour 3 Ceremonial Squadron Officers 4 …

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  • 3 Ceremonial clothing in Western cultures — Not to be confused with Ceremonial dress. Ceremonial clothing in Western cultures, life cycle celebrations associated with particular occasions are manifested by certain types of ceremonial clothing. Some events where ceremonial clothing would be …

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  • 4 Ceremonial weapon — United States Naval Academy Midshipmen practice carrying ceremonial swords …

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  • 5 Ceremonial counties of England — Ceremonial counties (England) Also known as Geographical counties Category Lieutenancy areas Location England …

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  • 6 Ceremonial magic — Ceremonial magic, also referred to as high magic and as learned magic,[1] is a broad term used in the context of Hermeticism or Western esotericism to encompass a wide variety of long, elaborate, and complex rituals of magic. It is named as such… …

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  • 7 Ceremonial Castings — From left to right: Bloodhammer, Lord Serpent, Old Nick Background information Origin Battle Ground, Washington, United States …

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  • 8 ceremonial — adj Ceremonial, ceremonious, formal, conventional, solemn are comparable when they mean char acterized or marked by attention to the forms, procedures, and details prescribed as right, proper, or requisite. Both ceremonial and ceremonious imply… …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 9 ceremonial — ceremonial, ceremonious 1. Ceremonial, meaning ‘with or concerning ritual or ceremony’, is a neutral descriptive adjective (as in ceremonial occasions / ceremonial dress / for ceremonial reasons). Ceremonious, meaning ‘having or showing a… …

    Modern English usage

  • 10 Ceremonial deism — is a legal term used in the United States for nominally religious statements and practices deemed to be merely ritual and non religious through long customary usage. Proposed examples of ceremonial deism include the reference to God introduced… …

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  • 11 Ceremonial — • The book which contains in detail the order of religious ceremony and solemn worship prescribed to be observed in ecclesiastical functions Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Ceremonial     Ceremonial …

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  • 12 Ceremonial drum — Ceremonial drums are used in a ritual context by indigenous peoples around the world, often accompanied by singing or chanting. In the circumpolar regions the drums have been classified by traits such as the knob, frame design, size, membrane… …

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  • 13 ceremonial — [ser΄ə mō′nē əl] adj. of, for, or consisting of ceremony; ritual; formal n. 1. an established system of rites or formal actions connected with an occasion, as in religion; ritual 2. a rite or ceremony ceremonialism n. ceremonialist n.… …

    English World dictionary

  • 14 Ceremonial mace — The ceremonial mace is a highly ornamented staff of metal or wood, carried before a sovereign or other high official in civic ceremonies by a mace bearer, intended to represent the official s authority. The mace, as used today, derives from the… …

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  • 15 Ceremonial use of lights — Religious services often make use of a combination of light and darkness. The ceremonial use of lights is found in the practice of many religions. Candles are extremely common and other forms of light, whether fire or other, are also used.… …

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  • 16 Ceremonial Guard — For ceremonial military units in general, see honor guard. The Ceremonial Guard (CG) is an ad hoc military unit in the Canadian Forces with elements drawn principally from two Primary Reserve (militia) regiments of Foot Guards: The Governor… …

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  • 17 CEREMONIAL OBJECTS — Due to the partial prohibition of plastic arts (see art ), Jews found an outlet for their artistic abilities in the synagogue and in producing ceremonial objects. The high regard in which the fashioners of religious art were held is evident from… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 18 Ceremonial first pitch — President Woodrow Wilson throwing out the ceremonial first ball, opening day, 1916 …

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  • 19 ceremonial — I. adjective Date: 14th century marked by, involved in, or belonging to ceremony ; stressing careful attention to form and detail < ceremonial rites > < a ceremonial occasion > • ceremonialism noun • ceremonialist noun • ceremonially …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 20 Ceremonial first puck — The ceremonial first puck is a longstanding ritual of ice hockey in which a guest of honor drops a puck to mark the end of pregame festivities and the start of the game. Like baseball s ceremonial first pitch, this first puck does not actually… …

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