sanctum sanctorum


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No priest fussed or bothered though we were hurried from the sanctum sanctorum because there was a long line of worshippers behind us - mostly men but you could also spot a handful of women among them.
In plan they consist of only a sanctum sanctorum roofed by a pyramidal spire, a feature not common in Kalachuri temples.
The kitchen, for example, is the sanctum sanctorum in which chef (and owner) Jose Martinez, late of Paris and the South of France, works his wonders out of sight.
It also would have been illuminating to be in the sanctum sanctorum at CAA when word leaked out that Tom Cruise had been "fired" by Sumner Redstone.
Then they had to wait for an auspicious day for erecting the icons in the sanctum sanctorum and fix the pinnacle on the top of the temple.
The Rotunda chamber, at the top of the stairs is said to represent the middle chamber and the Lieutenant Governor's office, located directly east of the Rotunda, represented the Sanctum Sanctorum.
The lives of saints and realised ones attest that the Almighty had knocked on the doors of even the most ostracised in society thereby proving that social identities like learning, age, gender, class or caste do not have any meaning at the Sanctum Sanctorum of the Supreme Being.
but this year I left my sanctum sanctorum in The Magnificent Designfax Tower during a warm thaw for a decidedly soggy LA.
Like the sorcerer the sanctum sanctorum of his study
There is no need to weary you with an account of how one of this column's agents managed to obtain entry to the sanctum sanctorum and an audience with The Master.
The home is now where the heat is, the private living room, the sanctum sanctorum of the social scene.
The front bar was the workingman's sanctum sanctorum.