sanctity


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sacredness

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the quality of being holy or sacred

the quality or condition of being safe from assault, trespass, or violation

Synonyms for sanctity

the quality of being holy

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focused on the transportation of petroleum products, has received delivery of the Navig8 Sanctity, a 110,000 DWT LR2 tanker, from Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co.
The ministry called on all citizens and residents of the Kingdom not to prejudice the sanctity of the holy month of Ramadan, show commitment to public morals and not to offend the feelings of people who are fasting.
20 ( ANI ): Martyrdom Day, which is observed in the memory of those who died while fighting to protect the sanctity of the Sikh Gurdwaras before the partition of the subcontinent, is being observed at Nanakana Sahib near Lahore in Pakistan from Tuesday to Thursday.
The court observed that Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code ( CrPC) may lose its legal sanctity if invoked without proper procedures.
Our hearts are in great pain during our celebration of this great occasion today over the wounds and desecration that Jerusalem, the land of purity and sanctity, is witnessing at the hands of the Israeli occupation, and over the pain that our brethren are suffering in Palestine and the pious martyrs they are offering to defend the land and sanctities," Bishop Nalbanidan said in his sermon.
The Making of Saint Louis: Kingship, Sanctity, and Crusade in the Later Middle Ages, by M.
The desire to prevent prostitution in Israel should be one of the major moves in maintaining the sanctity of Israel and the status and dignity of women," Sherlo wrote in his response to Orlev's query.
The word apathy is used a lot lately, but if the sanctity of the election process is tampered with, what does it matter how many vote?
The controversial clause affirming the "integrity and sanctity of committed adult same-sex relationships," which was part of a resolution approved by General Synod in June, has caused at least two conservative priests and some parishioners to leave the Anglican Church of Canada.
Natural family planning is a way of "life;" a way of "love" that promotes good communication, respect and dignity, and always leads to a greater love for the sanctity of life and the sanctity of parenthood.
Falwell's petition supporting the proposed marriage amendment is seeking one million signatures calling on Congress to "save the sanctity of marriage.
But even more troubling than the utopianism of the transhumanist movement, Smith contends, is its denial of the "fundamental sanctity of the human individual.
In order to preserve the sanctity of individual privacy, we're designing this system to ensure complete anonymity of uninvolved citizens, thus focusing the efforts of law enforcement officials on terrorist investigations," Pete Aldridge, Undersecretary of Defense for Acquisition Technology and Logistics, is quoted telling reporters at a Pentagon briefing.
The term French School refers to a system for the recruiting and training of secular priests by the Oratory (the congregation of the Oratorians) conceived and founded by Cardinal de Berulle in the seventeenth century as "a seed-bed and nursery of priests who would devote themselves to a lofty spiritual life and the pursuit of sanctity and who would shine forth by their example on all the clergy of France.
But this trio of novels, Chartreuse, Portrait of a Woman, and The Odor of Sanctity, all written by Father Joseph Roccasalvo, S.