processioner

processioner

(prəˈsɛʃənə)
n
1. a member of a procession
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a book of hymns and prayers for religious processions
3. (Surveying) US an officer who determines land boundaries by procession
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It belongs to the only complete processioner of Beneventan influence and origin within that southern Italian region: Rome, Vatican Library, Reginensis lat.
25) For its part, Cure descendisset as included in the processioner, Vatican Library, MS Reginensis lat.
Its use for Sarum is apparently nonexistent in local processioners; neither does the processioner of York contain it.
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The processioners paid tribute to the martyrs of Karbala by saying Marsia and Noha.
As processioners gather, an eerie festivity animates the night.
Some processioners bring contemporary interpretations to the event, bearing crosses for people killed in Central America, or people who have died from AIDS.