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An invocation of divine blessing, usually at the end of a church service.
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  1. An invocation of divine blessing, usually at the end of a church service.
  2. A blessing.
  3. (R.C.Ch.) A devotional service during which a consecrated Host is exposed in a monstrance and a solemn blessing is given with the Host
A repetitive recital, series, or list:
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  1. A repetitive recital, series, or list:
  2. A ritual liturgical prayer in which a series of prayers recited by a leader are alternated with responses from the congregation.
  3. A series of fixed invocations and responses, used as a prayer
In ancient Rome,
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  1. In ancient Rome,
  2. The formal proposal of a law in ancient Rome by a tribune or consul to the people for acceptance or rejection.
  3. (Ecclesiastical) Solemn prayer or supplication, especially as chanted during the rites of a Rogation Day.
The act of conjuring up a spirit by incantation.
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  1. The act of conjuring up a spirit by incantation.
  2. A formal plea for aid from a Muse, god, etc., at the beginning of an epic or similar poem
  3. A prayer or other formula used in invoking, as at the opening of a religious service.
The act of supplicating
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  1. The act of supplicating
  2. A humble request, prayer, petition, etc.
A brief formal prayer that is used in various Western liturgies before the epistle and that varies with the day.
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  1. A brief formal prayer that is used in various Western liturgies before the epistle and that varies with the day.
  2. A short prayer suitable to the time or occasion, used in certain church services, as before the Epistle at Mass
(Christianity) A liturgical prayer consisting of a series of petitions recited by a leader alternating with fixed responses by the congregation.
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  1. (Christianity) A liturgical prayer consisting of a series of petitions recited by a leader alternating with fixed responses by the congregation.
  2. A repetitive recital, series, or list:
  3. A series of fixed invocations and responses, used as a prayer
(Now Literary) A prayer
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  1. (Now Literary) A prayer
A law proposed in this manner.
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  1. A law proposed in this manner.
  2. (Ecclesiastical) Solemn prayer or supplication, especially as chanted during the rites of a Rogation Day.
  3. The formal proposal of a law in ancient Rome by a tribune or consul to the people for acceptance or rejection.
The process to seek and obtain a review and reversal by a court of a lower court’s decision.
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  1. The process to seek and obtain a review and reversal by a court of a lower court’s decision.
  2. A court decision thus submitted
  3. A resort to a higher authority or greater power, as for sanction, corroboration, or a decision:
An earnest request; supplication; prayer
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  1. An earnest request; supplication; prayer
  2. The act of entreating or beseeching; urgent prayer; earnest petition; pressing solicitation.
  3. An earnest request or petition.
The act of entreating or beseeching; urgent prayer; earnest petition; pressing solicitation.
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  1. The act of entreating or beseeching; urgent prayer; earnest petition; pressing solicitation.
  2. An earnest request; supplication; prayer
  3. An earnest request or petition.
The act of asking, or expressing a desire, for something; solicitation or petition
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  1. The act of asking, or expressing a desire, for something; solicitation or petition
  2. The state of being asked for or wanted; demand
Mediation in a dispute.
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  1. Mediation in a dispute.
  2. The act of interceding; mediation, pleading, or prayer in behalf of another or others
An annual U.S. holiday observed on the fourth Thursday of November as a day of giving thanks and feasting: it commemorates the Pilgrims' celebration of the good harvest of 1621
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  1. An annual U.S. holiday observed on the fourth Thursday of November as a day of giving thanks and feasting: it commemorates the Pilgrims' celebration of the good harvest of 1621
  2. An expression of this; esp., a formal, often public, expression of thanks to God in the form of a prayer, etc.
  3. An act of giving thanks; an expression of gratitude, especially to God:
The extolling or exaltation of a deity, ruler, or hero.
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  1. The extolling or exaltation of a deity, ruler, or hero.
  2. Expression of approval, commendation, or admiration.
  3. (Archaic) A reason or basis for praise
(Law) A written formal request or plea in which specific court action is asked for
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  1. (Law) A written formal request or plea in which specific court action is asked for
  2. A solemn, earnest supplication or request to a superior or deity or to a person or group in authority; prayer or entreaty
  3. (Law) A formal written application seeking a court's intervention and action on a matter:
(Now Literary) A prayer
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  1. (Now Literary) A prayer
A formal prayer used in invoking, as at the beginning of a church service
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  1. A formal prayer used in invoking, as at the beginning of a church service
  2. The act or an instance of invoking, especially an appeal to a higher power for assistance.
  3. A prayer or other formula used in invoking, as at the opening of a religious service.
The act of supplicating
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  1. The act of supplicating
  2. A humble request, prayer, petition, etc.
The response of a defendant to criminal charges
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  1. The response of a defendant to criminal charges
  2. An accused person’s formal reply to a charge in a criminal court, the choices being guilty, not guilty, and nolo contendere (no contest).
  3. An earnest and urgent request; appeal; entreaty
The act of supplicating
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  1. The act of supplicating
  2. A humble request, prayer, petition, etc.
The process to seek and obtain a review and reversal by a court of a lower court’s decision.
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  1. The process to seek and obtain a review and reversal by a court of a lower court’s decision.
  2. A court decision thus submitted
  3. A resort to a higher authority or greater power, as for sanction, corroboration, or a decision:
A solemn supplication or request, especially to a superior authority; an entreaty.
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  1. A solemn supplication or request, especially to a superior authority; an entreaty.
  2. (Law) A formal written application seeking a court's intervention and action on a matter:
  3. (Law) A written formal request or plea in which specific court action is asked for
A person who is very poor; pauper
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  1. A person who is very poor; pauper
  2. A person who begs, or asks for charity, esp. one who lives by begging; mendicant
  3. (Informal) A man or a boy.
One who sues for the hand of a woman in marriage; a wooer; one who courts a mistress.
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  1. One who sues for the hand of a woman in marriage; a wooer; one who courts a mistress.
  2. A plaintiff or petitioner in a lawsuit; the party that brings the suit; a person or a corporation seeking to take over another company. A plaintiff or petitioner in a lawsuit; the party that brings the suit; a person or a corporation seeking to take over another company.
  3. A man courting or wooing a woman
A supplicant.
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  1. A supplicant.
  2. A person who supplicates; petitioner
  3. One who pleads or requests earnestly.
A person who supplicates; suppliant
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  1. A person who supplicates; suppliant
  2. One who supplicates; a suppliant.
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