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in·ter·ces·sion

 (ĭn′tər-sĕsh′ən)
n.
1. Entreaty in favor of another, especially a prayer or petition to God in behalf of another.
2. Mediation in a dispute.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin intercessiō, intercessiōn-, intervention, from intercessus, past participle of intercēdere, to intervene; see intercede.]

in′ter·ces′sion·al adj.
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Based on the complaint, Santiago had travelled to Vienna, Austria and six other Dangerous Drugs Board employees to attend an ordinary Narcotic Drug Intercessional meeting.
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The correlation in the Doubting Thomas between the contact-relic and the impression of Christ's wounds on the Sacred Shroud raises awareness that early modern artists, Caravaggio in particular, put a premium on the relics' intercessional role in revealing the sacred body and becoming effective instruments of depicting sacred narratives.
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