from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of paten.
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- n. Alternative form of patine.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A plate. See paten.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form of paten.
- n. See patten, 1 .
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We have, however, positive evidence that silver dishes were in use, which were called patinæ ministeriales, and which seem to be closely connected with the calices ministeriales in which the consecrated wine was brought to the people.
I thought about you the other day as I was buying 'patin' for the feet of our kitchen chairs.
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In accordance with a custom apparently universal among Dayaks, of leaving quarry for the women to bring home, the patin when caught is usually left at the landing float to be disposed of by the wife of the fisherman.
Fish, of Borneo; in the jungle; method of catching by poisoning river; spearing for; drying; frame for drying; catching by means of explosive; cooked in bamboo; kendokat caught by an otter; abundance of in Busang River; fruit-eating; in pool near Bandjermasin; the patin; folk-tales about
The Archbishop has the reliquary opened containing the holy ampulla, which is taken from a little chest of gold; he withdraws from it, by means of a golden needle, a particle which he mingles with the holy chrism on the patin.
The Archbishop, holding the golden patin of the chalice of Saint Remi, on which is the sacred unction, takes some upon his thumb, and consecrates the King, who is kneeling.
Myanmar nationals were acquitted and discharged by the High murder of their countryman three years ago .... email@example.com KUANTAN: Wild freshwater patin and krai are scarce in Sungai Pahang, but patient anglers more often than not are lucky to land a catch.
His wife, Mak Anjang, cooks awesome ikan patin tempoyak, a must-have dish before entering the inner sanctum of the national park.
"Work together toward developing a unique regional patin ... one which does not attempt to compete with the European rootstock varieties which are already successful in producing grape wines overseas, but which may not work out so well here."