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WORSHIP. The honor and homage rendered to the Creator.
     2. In the United States, this is free, every one being at liberty to worship God according to the dictates of his conscience. Vide Christianity; Religious test.

WORSHIP, Eng. law. A title or addition given to certain persons. 2 Inst. 666; Bac. Ab. Misnomer, A 2.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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This can be quite a nuisance and distraction for worshippers in mosques.
The charity Christian Research said it was working on developing a "mystery worshipper" service for churches of all denominations in the UK by May next year.
The pastors and the worshipper had initially denied the charges, but later pleaded guilty.
The Arg Mosque was filled with hundreds of worshippers, more crowded than usual because this is the Islamic month of Muharram, a holy period for Shiite Muslims.
Celebrity worshippers who monitor their idols' every move are harming their own mental health, research today reveals.
Summary: Worshippers on spiritual retreat during Ramadan can no longer use the ground floor of the mosque
Adebisi, however, appealed to traditional worshippers to be peaceful and law-abiding in their conduct during and after the festive period.
They will work under 16 official bodies during Hajj to assist worshippers. The scale of the pilgrimage presents vast security and logistical challenges, with tens of thousands of safety officers deployed.
Some 400 Jewish fanatics led by Ehuda Glick, a hard-line rabbi and MK, entered the flashpoint compound, one of Islam's holiest places, on Sunday early morning and scuffled with worshippers who chanted "Allahu Akbar" (Allah is the Greatest) to express their anger at the entry of settlers.
Hundreds of worshippers chanted Allahu Akbar (God is the Greatest) in an expression of anger at the settler tour at the flashpoint compound.
Some 400 Israeli settlers led by Ehuda Glick, a hard-line rabbi and MK, entered the flashpoint compound, one of Islam's holiest places, on Sunday early morning before the police officers scuffled with worshippers who chanted "Allahu Akbar" (Allah is the Greatest) to express their anger at the entry of settlers.
Amman, June 2 (Petra) -- Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Abdul Nasser Abul Bassal on Sunday denounced the "provocative actions" of the Israeli occupation authorities against worshippers in the Al-Aqsa Mosque.