acolyte


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someone who assists a priest or minister in a liturgical service

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Acolyte offers ribbon lighting and other architectural lighting products for a range of indoor and outdoor applications.
The aCOLyte 3 provides full colour image display and comes complete with software based on Synbiosis' powerful ProtoCOL 3 software (independently validated as a highly accurate colony counting package).
Chandrapushpa been investigated and prosecuted for any of his previous deeds of violence, it would not only have deprived the Rajapaksas of a faithful minion willing to act outside the law; it would also have sent the 'wrong' message to all other Rajapaksa acolytes and discouraged most them from breaking the law in the service of their political masters.
Actors, particularly, whether or not they subscribe to the techniques under discussion, will want to delve into the dialectic between theory and practice--between the training systems evoked in detail by Russian acting specialists Anatoly Smeliansky and Valery Fokin, Mamet acolyte Jordan Lage, Free Street trainer Ron Bieganski and actor/writer Kathleen Tolan--and the practical realities that besiege and complicate the acting profession.
Why is it that so many Christians today are never disturbed or upset at worship (except, of course, when the acolyte does acrobatics, the soloist strikes a sour note, the liturgy runs long, or the kids are cranky and crying)?
Brown was raised Episcopalian and served as an acolyte at his Arlington, Va., parish.
If Tony Blair and his acolyte Albert Bore are unhappy, they should vent their spleen on those responsible for accepting the phrasing of the questions in the first place.
Their mock heroic pilgrimage also features an "Acolyte of Satan pitching another mediocre Christmas special." While this incredible journey takes place, Kurytnik's film itself appears as if it is about to implode, as its images and sounds are riven with the "rain" and grain of a battered old print.
Everyone carries it: acolyte's candle, torch of the athlete, common denominator.
In The WellDressed Explorer (1962) and The Acolyte (1972) Astley focused on individuals rather than on the larger community as the targets of her satire.
Finally, for the record, I should perhaps confess your reviewer's own biases: while I am certainly not a prophet, nor even a disciple in good standing, in either of the camps represented here, I do count myself an enthusiastic acolyte in their service.
As the tug of war over Tolstoy's legacy becomes heated, involving his favourite daughter Sasha and physician Dushan Makovitsky, Valentin experiences pangs of love with Tolstoy acolyte, Masha.
Steve Hackett will be bringing his Acolyte to Wolflight With Genesis Revisited Tour to Birmingham Symphony Hall on October 30.
ACOLYTE and rising star Frenchman Vincent Cheminaud can put their followers in the black by lifting the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup Sprint (3.50) at Ascot today.
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