Sacrific

Sacrif´ic


a.1.Employed in sacrifice.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Now that the gloomy shadow of the night, Longing to view Orion's drizzling look, Leaps from th' antartic world unto the sky, And dims the welkin with her pitchy breath, Faustus, begin thine incantations, And try if devils will obey thy hest, Seeing thou hast pray'd and sacrific'd to them.
O Teacher, some great mischief hath befall'n To that meek man, who well had sacrific'd; Is Pietie thus and pure Devotion paid?
Pasemos ahora al tema de los valores: en "A aia", la fidelidad, llevada a las AaAaAeA ltimas fronteras del sacrific personal, implica el posterior suicidio de quien ha sido fiel; en "Frei Genebro", el ansia de santidad absoluta implica un grave pecado que condena al purgatorio; finalmente, en "A perfeiAaAaAeAoAaAaAeALo" y "CivilizaAaAa EAaAaAeAoa trata el tema de una vida perfectamente reglamentada, encerra en el escaparate luminoso de su absoluta correcciAaAaAeA n, sea porque semi-divina, como en "A perfeiAaAaAeAoAaAaAeALo", sea porque es hiper-civiliz como en "CivilizaAaAaAeAoAaAaAeALo".
"It's very emotional and a reminder of the sacrific es made.
The buyer did not want to forfeit his 10 percent deposit and the seller did not want to sacrific the sale.
Middleton, S., Ashworth, Karl and Braithwaite, Ian (1997) Small Fortunes: spending on children, childhood poverty and parental sacrific,York: Joseph Rowntree Foundation
This led Samuel to rage that the Lord desires not sacrific e but obedience.
Now O'Leary may have to sacrific watching a domestic match to see his next UEFA opponents before they visit Yorkshire on October 21, saying: "Two of the top two teams in Russia play on the Saturday (October 16) that we face Sheffield Wednesday.
CARRICKMORE skipper Ronan McGarrity paid tribute to the sacrific made by manager Raymond Munroe after a record 12th Tyrone Senior Championship title was captured by the famous club at Omagh yesterday.
The glowing red-lettered pronouncements about human sexuality that ran across the back scrim in Full Half Wrong brought the notion of virgin sacrific into contemporary focus (and distracted the eye from the efforts of the dances).
The 83 human skeletons found in the pits appear to be victims of a ritual sacrific, says Cowgill, who directed excavations last summer with Ruben Cabrera of Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History.
Alec has his number; like most fanatics, Michel suffers from the theological disease of "higher longings," in whose name any sacrific can be made.