Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In printing, same as feeding, 4.
“He's becoming a phony-baloney faith-healer, minus the actual laying-on of hands.”
“She writes that the laying-on of hands is inherently humanizing.”
“Leverage," as the laying-on of debt is known in the trade, is the Hamburger Helper of finance.”
“Until she switched to the more mediagenic Wasilla Bible Church, Palin was a member of her hometown's Assembly of God church – which believes in the Pentecostalist speaking in tongues and laying-on of hands.”
“Classmate Max Evans (Jason Behr) comes to the rescue and, by a laying-on of hands, heals the wound.”
“Clinton visited Capitol Hill last week to personally assure House Democrats of his resolve, a laying-on of hands that seemed to work.”
“Now there's yet another technological advance that separates the patient from the old-fashioned laying-on of the doctor's hands.”
“In the resurfaced footage from the May 2005 blessing or "anointing" of Sarah Palin, at the Wasilla Assembly of God, three pastors surround Sarah Palin and bless her with the laying-on of hands.”
“Hilarious! so there is NO genocide in Darfur and Somalia is experiencing a muslim jubilee, whereby a simple laying-on of hands is converting the masses – nope, no brutal takeover there, and New Orleans police are doing just fine ….”
“When Mass ended, we joined a line of people in the center aisle, where we awaited the laying-on of hands.”
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