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to regard with great awe and devotion

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regard with feelings of respect and reverence

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Caption: I realized in that quiet, solemn procession that I wasn't there to venerate the cross, but to venerate the crosses of our community.
Instead of people having to go to Padua to venerate the relics of St Anthony, he has come to them.
That Italians like their madonnas seated con bambino while Mexicans and Bosnians venerate madonnas who stand alone, if true, or even if untrue, is a study to be written after careful research, not asserted from impressionistic anecdotal evidence.
Plant health products company Marrone Bio Innovations (NasdaqGM:MBII) reported on Tuesday that it has received approval from the Mexico regulatory authority for sale both of its bioinsecticides, GRANDEVO and VENERATE, in the country.
The passes into both the Democrat and Republican parties were seized, in the last century, by the modern-day equivalent of the Gileadites, who bar entrance to all who will not faithfully pronounce and venerate the party shibboleths, watchwords and pet phrases.
The world's highest concentration of cattle are to be found not in beef-loving North America, but in India, where Hindus don't eat cows but venerate them.
Pope Francis has granted a plenary indulgence for those who will venerate the icon of Our Mother of Perpetual Help, at her shrine in Baclaran.
M2 EQUITYBITES-August 28, 2014-Marrone Bio Innovations' Bioinsecticide VENERATE now registered in one of the largest agricultural markets in the world California
It also sparked furore among Muslims who venerate Virgin Mary and Jesus.
Renzo Piano's newly completed basilica (AR March 2003) is an attempt to rationalise and dignify this public urge to venerate a remarkable individual and commune with the divine.
Benedict's work savors this moment of lost innocence while questioning the extent to which we can ever truly understand the past we venerate.
Originally founded as a laudese company to venerate a miraculous image of the virgin in a uniquely combined shrine, church, and granary, Orsanmichele's membership and endowments expanded dramatically in the early fourteenth century.
The Washington Post says about the D's live show "Brandishing acoustic guitars like broadswords and singing artfully profane tales of dragons slain and wenches ravished, they at once skewer and venerate the Iron Maidens and Judas Priests of the world.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 4, 2014-Marrone Bio Innovations wins EPA registration for Venerate Bioinsecticide under its biological pest control portfolio