hostie


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hostie

(ˈhəʊstɪ)
n
(Aeronautics) informal Austral short for air hostess
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And she tells me: "I missed him when he was last performing near where I now live, but if he comes down again I'll get in touch to say 'Hello, from an old Starways air hostie.
On the elevation, see Peter Browe, "Die Elevation der Hostie," Bonner Zeitschrift fur Theologie und Seelsorge 8 (1931) 20-66; reprinted in Peter Browe, Die Eucharistie im Mittelalter: Liturgiehistorishe Forschungen in kulturwissenschaftlicher Sicht (Munster, 2003) and idem, Die Verehrung der Eucharistie im Mittelalter (Rome, 1967) 26-69.
By way of a continental example, a Jewish usurer and his family repeatedly invoke the names 'Mahe' and 'Mahom'--Gallicized short-forms of 'Muhammad'--in the Mistere de la Saincte Hostie, a fifteenth-century Parisian host desecration play.
As they say in Quebec, j'ai mon voyage, j'ai mon hostie de voyage.
Jan Hostie, The Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice, 38 AM.
Niermeyer (1976): "1) offrandes des fideles pour la Messe, 2) hostie, 3) la Messe, 4) le service du pain et du vin pour la Messe, 5) office divin, 6) donation pieuse".
Un pied du Christ, blanc d'une blancheur exsangue, pur et mat comme une hostie, flottait avec toute la mollesse inerte de la mort sur la blonde epaule de la sainte, escabeau d'ivoire place la par le maitre sublime pour descendre le divin cadavre de l'arbre de redemption.
Et toi, toi, qu'en ma qualite de pretre, je force, que tu le veuilles ou non, a descendre dans cette hostie, a t'incarner dans ce pain, Jesus, Artisan des supercheries, Larron d'hommages, Voleur d'affection, ecoute
Hostie, 'The Organization for Communications and Transit of the League of Nations', unpublished dissertation, Archive of the League of Nations, p.
26) In addition, it is critical to remember, as Jody Enders writes, that the represented violence against Jewish characters in plays like the Play of the Sacrament and Hostie cannot be separated from the operation of medieval anti-Semitism, in which both this fictional trauma and centuries of real violence against real Jews is legitimized and encouraged.
Le pretre officiant, une hostie a la main, au moment de l'elevation.