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one who anoints as a religious ceremony

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(22) Through this text, as in this painting, Mary Magdalene's lachrymose eyes and her elegantly dripping tears have an identifiable theological context for she is the anointer, chief mourner, and female disciple; and she has a cultural context, namely her role in contemporary liturgical plays, devotional books, and lay spirituality.
Garvey is also a licensed lay anointer. In 2006, Trillium hired Garvey to assist patients with cancer and other terminal illnesses and their families.
I enjoy imagining how Freddie Herrera, the original owner and anointer of Keystone Korner, contemplated the club's name: "Okay, so there's a police precinct next door.
The marketing strategy, part funded by Advantage West Midlands, includes a conference guide featuring over 40 of Shropshire's best venues and services, anointer active web site and themed direct marketing campaigns which aim to attract new business.
God's Anointed is at the same time an Anointer of others.
This activity probably formed the basis for the etymology of the term paidotribes (literally "boy rubber") and the synonomous aleiptes (literally "anointer").