veneration


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Princes are like to heavenly bodies, which cause good or evil times; and which have much veneration, but no rest.
They will value you when you are gone, so you say to yourself, and learn too late what they have lost; and you bitterly contrast their presumed regard for you then with their decided want of veneration now.
He is my husband's best and dearest friend, he is our children's darling, he is the object of our deepest love and veneration.
Few tombs on earth command the veneration of so many races and men of divers creeds as this of Joseph.
We arraign society if it do not give us, besides earth and fire and water, opportunity, love, reverence, and objects of veneration.
Now, these two luminaries are objects of veneration to the African tribes, and they determined to oppose so sacrilegious an enterprise.
Ye venerate me; but what if your veneration should some day collapse?
welcome rites, Mass and overnight veneration at Carmel of the Incarnate Word, San Pablo, Laguna;
peshawer -- Christian community in Tank celebrated Christmas with zeal and veneration on Saturday
We hope to find a proper reliquary for it soon so that we could expose it for the veneration of the faithful.
In the Orient, such a person would be considered a holy man, a saint or a sufi, and worthy of veneration.
He said, 'Madina Munawara is the focus of love and veneration of two billion Muslims and the conspiracy against the sanctity of this holy city is bound to fail.