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"The Ghost of Sephera" and "The Acolytes of Crane" are available in both print and ebook format.
The Congress leader further went on to say, "Would Modi Acolytes pl respond?
Les dirigeants du club de Londres et leurs acolytes madrilenes ont publie l'information sur leurs sites officiels respectifs.
Acolytes who are willing to venture beyond the confines of the law are vitally necessary to all Ruling Families.
Rand--whose acolytes include former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan--is growing increasingly popular.
All the while Gordon Brown and his clueless acolytes keep their well paid jobs even though they have been the biggest cheerleaders for the very philosophy that has got us into this mess.
But zooming in and out of this tightly focused yet generous display of projects, from film and video installations to paintings and drawings, built environments to models, memories to projections, and back again, I was inspired to see how, because of his all-reaching vision--evidenced both in his well-known work and in more recent projects--he remains miles ahead of his acolytes.
We may not have him but we have the wizards of spin - Tony Blair and his acolytes.
In the same vein, I'd like to distance myself from that ignorant racist bully Jade Goody and her spineless acolytes in the Big Brother house.
Remember it was Senators Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) and Olympia Snowe (R-Maine), both global-warming acolytes, who not long ago sent a letter to ExxonMobil's top executive strongly demanding that the company cease funding any group that doesn't buy into the latest global-warming theory.
Even Cruise's muzzling of those relentless gay rumors has foundered: On the eve of M:I:III's release, South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone accused Cruise of preventing Comedy Central--a division of Viacom, as is Paramount--from rebroadcasting their show's "Trapped in the Closet" episode, which has two Scientology acolytes literally sharing Stan Marsh's bedroom closet: "John Travolta and Tom Cruise won't come out of the closet," the cartoon characters scream repeatedly.
The Code of Canon Law states that, while lay "persons" could assist in various liturgical functions, only lay "men" were allowed to be instituted as acolytes, serving the priest at the altar.