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  • noun Plural form of crucifier.

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Examples

  • – Pontus Pilate and the Romans, the real crucifiers of Jesus of Nazareth

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  • Looking on the Shroud for the first time in person, Anne felt certain that Jesus had defied his crucifiers by living even to this day in the preservation of this serene image stretched before her.

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  • On the cross, Christ absolves his crucifiers: "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do."

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  • It began with that monstrous young man so evil we needed to blindfold him and strap him to a board, that confusing young man who looked like Christ but cast us in the role of crucifiers, that treasonous young man who brought dark and heathen evils across linguistic and cultural borders and brought torture onto the list of accepted government actions.

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  • So for all of us there is something in our lives that would, if it came to it, if it reigned unchecked in us, allow us to range ourselves with the crucifiers - some habit of selfishness or fear, some prejudice, some guilt that we don't want confronted, some deficit in love or lovability.

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  • Really looks like the only one talking about bipartisanship is "Botox Nan" and she is talking about naming the worst of the crucifiers to the main committee posts.

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  • When he was placed upon the cross, the crucifiers drove nails through the palms of his hands then fearing that the weight of his body would cause the nails to tear through the flesh of the hands, they drove nails through his wrists.

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  • Typically, wounds appear on the palms of the hand, as represented in traditional art; but Roman crucifiers impaled their victims through the wrist bone.

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  • Typically, wounds appear on the palms of the hand, as represented in traditional art; but Roman crucifiers impaled their victims through the wrist bone.

    Experiencing the Next World Now

  • Typically, wounds appear on the palms of the hand, as represented in traditional art; but Roman crucifiers impaled their victims through the wrist bone.

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