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Synonyms for enthrone

provide with power and authority

put a monarch on the throne


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26, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The head of one of the oldest churches on earth will come to America to enthrone the new head of one of the largest Orthodox Christian Chuin North North America.
Except for the politicians who would enthrone him for their own devious purposes.
And perhaps Parks and Miscikowski have formed an alliance to enthrone Parks in the mayor's office - Parks took out papers of intent to run on Wednesday.
And we will no longer be "Catholic Lite" when we regard our greatest institutional crisis as the abandonment of the Spirit to enthrone canon law.
Enthrone, Darkness, Triumphant topped the poll and the Scandinavians duly attacked this seminal black metal album with vigour.
As we join him at the service to enthrone him Archbishop of Canterbury, we offer our heartfelt good wishes to Dr Rowan Williams and we assure him of our continuing prayers.
And, of course, it is also the name of the character played by Kim Novak in Vertigo, a slim coincidence, Marker says, which is still "enough to enthrone Alfred alongside Marcel.
The Queen is on a state visit to Italy but what is more important to Arsenal is that the man English football's king-makers would love to enthrone is also here, with the Gunners.
He feared that judge-made rule was quickly supplanting legislative power which, as he said in 1892 "dethrones the people who should be sovereign and enthrones an oligarchy.
Discipline is a dirty word, for 'political correctness' says so and even denies parents rights and responsibilities and enthrones materialism.