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Synonyms for chalice

a bowl-shaped drinking vessel


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FIND THEM: The chalice stolen from St John's Church and three men who were caught on CCTV after another theft in Durham
The chalice came from a former British soldier who found it in the ruins of Goering's home at the end of the Second World War.
The chalice bears the inscription: "In memory of the great time.
Thieves drilled through a lock in a steel safe to remove the chalice made in 1824.
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Custom Chalices: Fans of the iconic Stella Artois Chalice can give it a holiday makeover when they purchase a 12-pack of Stella Artois this season.
The server was John Adams and Pat Green assisted with the chalice.
For both the SFECO transaction and the ENAMCO transaction, Chalice has secured all funds and paid all applicable taxes owed in Eritrea.
A PRIEST was last night recovering after being attacked on the altar of his own church by a man wielding a chalice.
A CEREMONIAL chalice blessed by Pope Benedict XVI and used during his mass at Cofton Park has been officially presented to the city of Birmingham.
The chalice, which Christ drank from at the Last Supper and was later used to collect some of his blood at the Crucifixion, is a priceless Christian relic.
The words poisoned chalice have flowed from more than one keyboard, while supporters of Sam Allardyce have spoken of their disbelief he wasn't given more time.
IT was interesting to read of the argument over the location of the Cymer Abbey chalice and paten.
A VALUABLE chalice once owned by one of Hitler's henchmen is hidden in a safe in Scotland.
He was holding a chalice in his left hand, with the Host suspended above it, from which some drops of blood fell into the chalice.