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  • n. the act of a sacrifice

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The act of sacrificing.


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  • Over dinner in a Parisian suburb, a friend told me of the dismay she had felt on seeing a sign in a local furniture store advertising a closing down sale with the promise of une sacrification of prices.

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  • He became a man and sacrificed himself as the final sacrifice for sins. are you ready to sacrify? christ never wants sacrification of others, hence he sacrifies.

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