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Synonyms for hallow

to give over by or as if by vow to a higher purpose

to make sacred by a religious rite

Synonyms for hallow

render holy by means of religious rites

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Mr Hallowes said he valued his natural surroundings more than any material benefit they may bring.
A letter in the Dent Archive from Miss Hallowes to Dent of 26 July [1923], and Dent's reply of 27 July, indicate that Dent had mailed Conrad copies of the Uniform Edition of Lord Jim and The Nigger of the 'Narcissus' on 27 June, a month earlier, but Conrad believed that they had not been received as of 26 July.
Starting last year as a means of commemorating the centenary of the 1914 tthe museum feat soldier each mon an exceptional storThis month's wil tale of 2nd Lt Hallowes - who fought in 4th Battalion The Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex Regiment) - 100 years after his death.
plays off 20 at the Hallowes club and he too is chasing the tail of the Tiger.
Of course there will be many "nearly there" apart from the 11 who are named, such as the Llandovery born crystallographer William Hallowes Miller 1801-1880 famed for his "Miller indicies" in defining crystal structure.
Their Ladies' Scratch Team clubmates narrowly missed out on qualifying for the finals at Hallowes Golf Club on Thursday, September 5.
But while Odette Hallowes and Violette Szabo have had Hollywood films made of their lives and blue plaques put up in their honour, Noor has been largely overlooked.
England boys international Tom Boys and his under-18 squad colleague Scott Campbell of Hallowes will represent the English Golf Union in the Thunderbird International at the Grawhawk Club in Arizona.
IRISH tramp Harry Hallowes has won the right to stay put on the corner of Hampstead Heath where he has been living for 19 years.
He said the bride was Susan Hallowes and she was pictured with her father Rupert.
Among them are Rupert Hallowes, a Tinplate works manager living in Port Talbot, before joining up with the Artists' Rifles (whose ranks included painter John Nash) in 1914.
Affordable Art Fair, will be attending the Newcastle Gateshead Art Fair for the first time this year, showing the works of Antonio Lopez Reche, Dawn Benson and Veda Hallowes.
Mum Sam Hallowes, 26, fought back tears as she told how bystanders helped her child before an ambulance arrived.
And so we applaud Hampstead Heath tramp Harry Hallowes, who took on a big property company and won.
Operator: 'Your house is Old Hallowes, Slanting Hill?