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- proper noun
- proper noun Christianity (especially in Our Lord)
- proper noun Wicca The
- proper noun in the plural The
House of Lords.
- noun A British
aristocratic titleused as a formof addressfor a marquess, earlor viscount; the usual stylefor a baron; a courtesytitle for a younger sonof a duke or marquess
- noun The rendering of comparable (especially feudal) aristocratic ranks elsewhere (e.g. marquis, count)
- noun A title for certain
high officialsand dignitariessuch as Lord Mayor; a title for a British Anglican (arch) bishopwhose see entitled to a seat in the House of Lords
- noun Elected president of a
- noun Wicca A
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: We ask lord for your hand to be upon the various hot spots around the world, Lord.
GREG WINGATE, ROSEDALE BAPTIST CHURCH: We ask the lord for your hand to be upon the various hot spots around the world, Lord.
_Gondemar_ meeting him the _Lent_ before his _Censure_, and hearing of his _Miscarriages_, thought to pay him with his _Spanish Sarcasms_ and _Scoffs_, saying, _My Lord, I wish you a good Easter_; _And you my Lord_, replyed the _Chancellor_, _a good Passeover_: For he could neither close with his _English Buffonerie_, nor his _Spanish Treaty_
_We all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image from glory to glory, even as by the Spirit of the Lord_.
_ He is in custody in Newgate, my Lord, under the Alien Act. _Lord Ellenborough.
The Trial of Charles Random de Berenger, Sir Thomas Cochrane, commonly called Lord Cochrane, the Hon. Andrew Cochrane Johnstone, Richard Gathorne Butt, Ralph Sandom, Alexander M'Rae, John Peter Holloway, and Henry Lyte for A Conspiracy In the Court of King's Bench, Guildhall, on Wednesday the 8th, and Thursday the 9th of June, 1814
Of such the apostle saith, "But to the rest speak I, not the Lord," 1 Cor.vii. 12; not that Paul delivered any commands merely of his own head, (for he had "obtained mercy of the Lord to be faithful," ver. 25, and did _think that he had the Spirit of the Lord_, ver. 40,) but grounded his commands upon the word of God, whereof the apostle was the interpreter.
_Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye stedfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord_.
Now these church guides have authority given them, and that from the Lord, i.e. Christ; here is their commission or power, not from the Church or any creature, but from Christ; hence the apostle calls church guides, "Your rulers or guides in the Lord," 1 Thes.v. 12; _in the Lord_, i.e. by the Lord's authority and commission.
_Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and He shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord_.
Lord Campbell (Lives of the Chief Justices, vol.ii. p. 418) says that Lord Mansfield first established the grand doctrine that the air of England is too pure to be breathed by a slave.