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Synonyms for acolyte

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someone who assists a priest or minister in a liturgical service

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Le mis en cause et son acolyte ont ete aussitot arretes et presentes, lundi dernier, devant le procureur de la Republique pres le tribunal de Saida, qui a place le premier sous mandat de depot et l'autre sous controle judiciaire, selon la meme source.
London, January 20 ( ANI ): Tamara Ecclestone was spotted sharing a warm embrace with an adoring acolyte in Beverly Hills on Friday.
In the Roman Catholic Church, the ranks of porter, exorcist, lector and acolyte are collectively known as what?
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The two women play, respectively, the Charlie Manson acolyte Squeaky Fromme and the huddle-aged mother of four Sara Jane Moore, both, of whom tried to shoot President Ford in 1975.
It was, he writes, some of Nixon's old hands--like one-time counsel Len Garment--who scorned his efforts at rehabilitation, arguing that Nixon as portrayed by acolyte Monica Crowley was Nixon "at his worst--craven, pompous, vain, vindictive, and often unforgivably silly.
Befriending a young acolyte who is traveling to the city for training, Cathan discovers that the religious realm is not so different than the political world.
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He was instituted as an acolyte in 1994 by Bishop Timothy Harrington, and served as an acolyte for 15 years.