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- n. The act of enthroning or the state of being enthroned
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- n. The act of enthroning, or state of being enthroned.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of enthroning, or the state of being enthroned.
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- n. the ceremony of installing a new monarch
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"His enthronement is a glorious day for the monastery, as well as for all Buddhist monks and the faithful," said Losang Gyaltsen, a monk at the monastery said, according to the Buddhist Celebrities blog.
Richard Poore before his enthronement was a benefactor to the monastery of Tarrant, in Dorsetshire, his native village.
Laws are necessary instruments of the majority; but when they grind the sane human being to dust for their maintenance, their enthronement is the rule of the savage's old deity, sniffing blood-sacrifice.
She is not a mere sense delight, a toy for the debauchery of my intellect and the enthronement of emotion.
Catherine had spent the long, lonely years at the Russian court before her enthronement educating herself broadly.
However, Kim Jong-un's public enthronement was scripted to benefit the system, not the individual.
Its latest commission is to make the dalmatics, stoles, chasuble, cope and altar frontal for the enthronement of Archbishop Vincent Nichols, the 11th archbishop of Westminster.
Today, Patriarch-elect Metropolitan Kyrill of Smolensk and Kaliningrad was formally made the new Patriarch of the Moscow through the enthronement rite, which was then followed by the Divine Liturgy.
It was that same spirit that led to the abolition of slavery, that drove the battle against tyranny in two world wars and that inspired Winston Churchill to promise that the end of the 'world struggle' would see the enthronement of human rights.
There was no mention of the enthronement on the Dalai Lama's Website or other Tibetan sites not controlled by the Chinese.
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