- n. Plural form of crucifix.
“While this painted crucifixion scene does not survive, we do have three St. Katharinenthal crucifixes from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.”
“Perhaps he'll produce a synthesis, in which China, having crushed its own Muslims, rises to world power while a dhimmfied Europe, hiding its Bibles and crucifixes, is busy arguing about the final constitution of the EU Caliphate.”
“There have been a series of rows in schools in recent years over the right of pupils to wear religious symbols or clothing, such as crucifixes and veils.”
“According to Uncle Thomas, many Elemental Masters preferred to have a religious cast to their magical workrooms; they often had an altar and religious icons such as crucifixes, statues of ancient gods or goddesses, censers for incense, and other religious paraphernalia.”
“In another, besides the usual ornaments, such as crucifixes, &c., we found an image of Brother Antony Müller, arrayed in his brown robe and hood, with beads, a long gray beard, and bare feet, just as he is stated to have exhibited himself in the land of the living.”
“Spain's Religious Freedom Bill, which would also prohibit religious symbols, such as crucifixes, in state-owned buildings.”
“The new guidelines say religious symbols such as crucifixes and menorahs are still permitted at daycares, as long as they're not used for religious instruction.”
“While religious symbols such as crucifixes would still be allowed, they could not be used as an educational tool.”
“Also affected were many paintings hanging inside religious buildings, painted frescoes, and objects such as crucifixes, chalices and altars.”
“If there had been a Spanish settlement, you would likely find artifacts such as crucifixes, Spanish coins, Spanish pottery ...,”
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