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  • noun Plural form of crozier.

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Examples

  • An episode of note was the exchange of croziers by Kentigern and Colmcille, a very formal pledge of friendship.

    Well, it's been a quiet week here at The Inn. . . .

  • An episode of note was the exchange of croziers by Kentigern and Colmcille, a very formal pledge of friendship.

    14 January -- St Kentigern

  • Emerging fern croziers of Dixie wood fern, Dryopteris x australis also spread more thickly last fall will liven up the sea of spikes.

    The Long And Short Of It-A Garden Tour « Fairegarden

  • When Irishmen were illuminating the Book of Kells and making the jewelled croziers in the National Museum, Byzantium was the centre of European civilisation and the source of its spiritual philosophy, so I symbolise the search for the spiritual life by a journey to that city.

    Later Articles and Reviews

  • It's always a joy that young families come to join us - the children like to see their own parish priest and give a wave to "Farver" as he goes by, and are usually quite impressed impressed by the procession with bishops and croziers and candles and so on.....

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • It's always a joy that young families come to join us - the children like to see their own parish priest and give a wave to "Farver" as he goes by, and are usually quite impressed impressed by the procession with bishops and croziers and candles and so on.....

    auntie joanna writes

  • He could hardly be expected to sympathize with the religious externals of Catholic countries; and in a dislike of mitres and croziers he sympathized with Mr Snaith, though not in so cocksure a fashion.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • He could hardly be expected to sympathize with the religious externals of Catholic countries; and in a dislike of mitres and croziers he sympathized with Mr Snaith, though not in so cocksure a fashion.

    The Complete Father Brown

  • Dominions are crowned angels, carrying scepters, croziers, or orbs as symbols of authority.

    A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art

  • Archbishops, abbots, and abbesses may also carry croziers as symbols of authority.

    A Handbook of Symbols in Christian Art

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