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  1. THE BOX: Little is known of this Unseelie Hallow.
  2. THE STONE: Little is known of this Seelie hallow.
  3. Barrons despises the ancient Fae hallow because it could kill me.
  4. The gentleman began to chat with her about Hallow Eve and the rainy weather.
  5. He then realized, the woman was not there, it was just a hallow image of her.

  6. From child to adult, from apprentice to craftsman ~ Hallow Reed The Master Within.
  7. And you shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim liberty throughout the land to all its.
  8. Who shall say how it comes here in the appointed hour? But this is an ancient hallow, and ere.
  9. The two next-door girls had arranged some Hallow Eve games and soon everything was merry again.
  10. We cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground … the kids were reciting in a pitch that was close to screaming.
  11. A rash vow he spoke, as he drained the horn at that feast which Brego made to hallow new-built Meduseld, and he came never to the high seat of which he was the heir.
  12. God only knows what run of bad luck this new project would through at him! Already locals were up in arms about a new bar being built on land they considered hallow.
  13. Green Valley smiled thinly at the thought and sent his sturdy High Hallow forging along the trampled slot where the scout snipers and most of Brigadier Zhorj Sutyls’ 8th Infantry Brigade had moved up towards their objectives.
  14. There was a solitude and strange sense of closeness as he entered into the hallow grounds filled with history and memories of those individuals, some gallant, some cowardly, who were interred here, seemingly watching carefully his every move with cold, suspicious eyes.
  15. Lizzie Fleming said Maria was sure to get the ring and, though Fleming had said that for so many Hallow Eves, Maria had to laugh and say she didn't want any ring or man either; and when she laughed her grey-green eyes sparkled with disappointed shyness and the tip of her nose nearly met the tip of her chin.

  16. But we have a great high priest, who bears the iniquity of the holy things, which the children of Israel hallow in all their holy gifts; for his sake take away all that iniquity from us, even all the iniquity of our holy things, and receive us graciously, and love us freely; And deal not with us after our folly.

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  1. Shall disturb this hallowed house.
  2. Hallowed is the grip Jesus has on.
  3. The cemetery is hallowed ground.
  4. Action is hallowed, being glorified.
  5. I rode in awe over the hallowed ground.
  6. Our player on the (H) Hallowed Ground is.
  7. Our father who art in heaven, hallowed.
  8. OUR Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be.
  9. For pretty matter of the being that is hallowed.
  10. Who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy name….
  11. It is hallowed tradition, the formal drowning in blood.
  12. Our Father which art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, &c.
  13. If you are standing on "Hallowed Ground" and the Spirit.
  14. Our great computers…fill the hallowed halls….
  15. This was hallowed ground to her, the most sacred of places.
  16. No, sir, that was hallowed ground, and must not be trodden.
  17. He saw them in a new light, more hallowed than ever before.
  18. Do you think the house could be built on hallowed ground?
  19. This enables him, at long last, to step onto the hallowed soil.
  20. The gate where you enter the hallowed grounds of the university.
  21. In this manner, therefore, pray: Our Father in heaven, Hallowed.
  22. And that virtually made him an orphan in the hallowed clan of Quraysh.
  23. As far as I am concerned, all human families are hallowed or as blessed.
  24. This egregious decision by our legal men and women in hallowed garbs was.
  25. This is hallowed land and will not tolerate defilement by thieves and rogues.
  26. What about chocolate ice-cream? Do they deprive their children of the hallowed.
  27. There were a lot of very straight business’ people in the hallowed halls of No.
  28. Hallowed be your name - glorious, wonderful, great, holy sacred are the names of.
  29. Peace and pain radiated from that hallowed spot--and into the dan tian of the monk.
  30. Again the mail poured into Washington, this time through the hallowed portals of.
  31. While this approach is hallowed by tradition, it is open to several serious objections.
  32. Creation Week, God took time to rest and He hallowed the day of rest which we now call.
  33. Churches; he stealthily invades the hallowed study rooms of our pastors; he joyfully walks.
  34. This was probably hallowed ground and it was wrong to build something so profane on it again.
  35. Stay here I will and hold the fort for the return of the Lore Masters to these hallowed halls.
  36. Jesus said to them So now pray you now: Our Father which are in heaven Hallowed be your 33 name.
  37. The three of you stand at the mouth one of the hallowed spaces while Ren plants a set of plastiques.
  38. Now, let me help you put them on, Unni said, picking the brooches out of Ailia’s hallowed hand.
  39. It was a long shot but as it turned out, that part of the reservation had been zoned as hallowed ground.
  40. The repercussions of many guns was deafening within this hallowed amphitheater of war and gunpowder smoke.
  41. Another of the hallowed sayings of the market comes to much the same thing: ‘Leave some profit for the other chap.
  42. In their eyes she was no longer a roommate/babysitter, but in one week had risen to the hallowed status of big sister.
  43. Darkburst stood transfixed before the hallowed object for a long time, unable to take in what his eyes were telling him.
  44. They are for the old, the customary and hallowed law, and against arbitrary innovation [all italics for emphasis mine].
  45. Standing, for the most part, on the hallowed precincts of the quarter-deck, they were careful not to speak or rustle their feet.
  46. Everything seemed hallowed to her: this was to be the home of her wifehood, and she looked up with eyes full of confidence to Mr.
  47. It was a grave processional, much like a funeral march in the hallowed grounds of a cemetery, marked by the profligate black and 153.
  48. I landed on my feet but awkwardly, so that I lost my balance, hit the rocky soil hard, and ended up face-to-face with hallowed ground.
  49. It had been ingrained in him from both his parents and his education that he was better than those outside his school’s hallowed walls.
  50. But that would prove their least concern once We arrived within the Cave, where I commenced to levitate a few feet off its hallowed ground.
  51. The newly gained rights of the working class only made them bolder and demand even more changes in the hallowed order of the privileged bourgeoisie.
  52. And while the four of them tarried in the water, Jesus, looking up to the near-by Adjuster, prayed: My Father who reigns in heaven, hallowed be your name.
  53. It was an hour cooling our heels and wandering about hallowed halls before we could get in but he was pleased to see me and Julia whom he had not met before.
  54. Small balls fell out the ceiling, mouse testicles testing the water, feeling the ceiling, twisting and writhing on the floor, a whore of hallowed hallucinations.
  55. Afterwards he was allowed to sit on the stairs while we stood and sang the morning hymns and chanted, Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come.
  56. The Turf Tavern was a hallowed institution in Oxford, almost as old as the Bodelian Serapeum, and it usually served as a friendly gathering place for all levels of Oxford society.
  57. Exo 20:11 For in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the LORD blessed the Sabbath day, and hallowed it.
  58. They had never stood together by it again--Martin had sailed on his fatal voyage soon after; but to Rosemary West it was always a sacred spot, hallowed by that immortal hour of youth and love.
  59. We come together to give glory to the great JEHOVAH, who in six days made heaven and earth, the sea and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day, and therefore blessed a sabbath day, and hallowed it.
  60. Why not make it a hallowed international city of respect for the world, a place to put down arms and to bring your spirit for prayer? Check in your knives and swords and weapons of any kind before you enter.
  61. He started and the multitude followed and the sound of millions of voices could be heard, Our father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name, thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.
  62. I had the privilege of sitting down with Swensen at his Yale office, and before I ventured up the hallowed halls of that storied institution, I did what any good student would do: I spent the night before cramming.
  63. For himself, Harry enrolled for the Summer Term at Malvern and set his mind to completing his education with that hallowed institution within the shortest time practicable, driven by an imperative which he could not satisfactorily define.
  64. One gets that feeling here on this hallowed ground, and I have known that same poignant feeling as I looked out across the rows of white crosses and Stars of David in Europe, in the Philippines, and the military cemeteries here in our own land.
  65. All the hallowed institutions history books laud and worship and sanctify as pillars of English Culture, and English Tradition, and English greatness, and English Excellency, and English Goodness: were stinking, rotten, evil inventions created by the rich.
  66. From there he had gone on to true greatness, performing to packed houses for decades in all the most hallowed concert halls in the world—in Berlin, Vienna, Paris, London, New York—and recording on major record labels in both Europe and the United States.
  67. Each of the young women were careful to step around the spot of ground that Loric had seemed to think hallowed both out of a mixture of respect and fear for the anger they could all sense emanating from the man ahead of them like it was a tangible feeling in the air.
  68. The curse of becoming too powerful, too smug, too stupid, too mired in its cultural rigidity, superstition and ignorance and too far behind the times… is the historical curse that all the hallowed, sanctified, revered, worshipped Chinese ancestors bestowed upon modern china.
  69. But today: we have hallowed and sanctified what human idiots ate for thousands of years and created dietary bibles that sanctify the shit they ate even when it has been scientifically proven thousand of times in thousands of scientific studies that the shit they ate is not good for you at all.
  70. The entire hallowed ground was largely unmarked, as the small plot of land was nestled in a clearing among the expanse of trees on this western edge of the town, except for a number of wooden crosses and carved markers that dedicated the final resting places of the bones of the dearly departed.
  71. Just beyond the stream, on whose bank the fisherman sits leisurely dropping his line, stands the village church; a fac-simile of the old Dutch Church which has stood near the entrance of Sleepy Hollow since long before the Revolution, and is hallowed now not only by the pious associations of centuries, but by the near vicinage of Irving's grave.
  72. The ‘halachic’ difference is the HOLOGRAPHIC difference: the difference which hollow undead ghouls can see and we the living can’t… HOLLOW, HALA, HOLOGRAM, HALLOWED, HOLLOWED; undead filth auras which surround and corrupt living Zionists; these Hebrews have been chosen by the undead for over 3,000 years to be their MAIN INSTRUMENTS OF EVIL.
  73. Bonfons (sometimes ironically spoken of as mademoiselle) inspires for the most part reverential respect: and yet that noble heart, beating only with tenderest emotions, has been, from first to last, subjected to the calculations of human selfishness; money has cast its frigid influence upon that hallowed life and taught distrust of feelings to a woman who is all feeling.
  74. Once within its magic circle, its denizens live there an inner life more precious than the external, and all their days and all their ways, their triumphs and their trials, and all they see, and all they hear, and all they think, and all they do, are hallowed by the radiance which shines from afar upon this inner life, glorifying everything, and keeping all right within.
  75. Were these Lambs even minimally aware, that by their sacrifice on the altar of paganism, within sight of the hallowed stones of Solomon, that they would be agents of the saving as well as the building up of the most progressive civilization that the world has ever seen? Probably not, but it is said that they had faith that their God would make of their deaths, some good thing.
  76. However, the irony of Hinduism is that this laudable premise was neither passed on to the outside world, and what is worse, nor put in practice in its homeland either, if not why were there those untouchables and the downtrodden in the Hindu backyard? After all, notwithstanding their hallowed precepts, double-talk and double standards seem to be the common features of all religions.
  77. After guiding her carefully between the graves so as not to desecrate the hallowed ground and sharply kicking the stump to ensure that it would support her weight, he sat her down and stood at his full height while he wiped his brow with his handkerchief and studied the old woman fraught with uncontrollable visions that appeared at will and possessed her body for the duration of the incident.
  78. Headmaster had given way to Comrade Komanda who announced the arrival of the man who was Kongwa’s most notorious terrorist recruit and the man who was in time to eclipse the golden aura of Mahatma Gandhi’s hallowed image as the great emancipator, emerging out of the shadows of the underground resistance movement into the flashing lights of press cameras which recorded his trials and tribulations from imprisonment for the Rivonia conspiracy to release from Robben’s Island; universal images of the man who was, in freedom, to become the celebrity of celebrities.
  1. It was quite a Hallows Eve.
  2. Its place is here in All Hallows.
  3. Because of the sodden Olden Hallows.
  4. Richard hobbled back into All Hallows.
  5. The player on the Hallows (H) square.
  6. How was the All Hallows service?
  7. It was Sunday, six days until Hallows Eve.
  8. When a player lands on a Hallows (H) square.
  9. The one what sometimes sings at All Hallows.
  10. Now it was Friday, the day before Hallows Eve.
  11. And why do men fight here in the Hallows when.
  12. I spot a familiar face that hallows out my heart.
  13. Weaning Ourselves from the Hallows of Consumption.
  14. They yelled excitedly and led him into All Hallows.
  15. Once a player has collected the four Hallows cards.
  16. They've even erected an illegal font in All Hallows.
  17. It was a week before Hallows Eve, a Saturday this year.
  18. The player on the Hallows (H) space reads this card out.
  19. The player who is on the Hallows square picks out a single.
  20. The bells of All Hallows tolled and a small crowd gathered.
  21. Every penny you receive is one less in the coffers of All Hallows.
  22. In the tower above his head, the bells of All Hallows began to toll.
  23. In the chancel, monks were preparing for the All Hallows dawn service.
  24. Either way this Hallows Eve would be my last as a member of the living.
  25. Two of them had already fallen to his sword, staining the hallows with.
  26. Bradford believes that Vowell is planning to install a font in All Hallows.
  27. Whatever the abbey might think, All Hallows was more than a chapel of ease.
  28. It being Hallows Eve, everyone wanted goodies from the biggest house in town.
  29. That meant he'd have to stay close to All Hallows where they couldn't see him.
  30. They walked to the end of All Hallows and examined some repairs to the south wall.
  31. The mass held on All Saints' Day was called All Hallow's Mass - the mass of the Hallows.
  32. The butts were usually placed up by All Hallows and the trainees down by the almshouse.
  33. They've stopped putting money in our box and are making donations to All Hallows instead.
  34. Sabbats are held but four Times a Year—Candlemas, Roodmas, Lammas, and All Hallows E’en.
  35. He had a small stipend as vicar and drew income from rental properties bequeathed to All Hallows.
  36. By rights it should have been on the altar in All Hallows but such niceties did not fuss Richard.
  37. A sign said it was for the upkeep of All Hallows and a picture showed carpenters mending the roof.
  38. The baptismal service at Pentecost resulted in a near riot and an illegal font was installed in All Hallows.
  39. And, I do not doubt you are behind that font which has so illegally and outrageously appeared in All Hallows.
  40. A new font had been erected in All Hallows and Bradford was going there, under escort, to announce that it could stay.
  41. They argue that if we are to pay for the services of masons and carpenters then they should be working on All Hallows.
  42. She had liked him ever since All Hallows ’ Day ten years ago, when he had appeared at archery practice with his home-made bow.
  43. While Roger Knowles was on his way to Dorchester, Richard Rochell was on his way to All Hallows with John Duffield and John Sprotert.
  44. Richard had just joined them from All Hallows where the vicar had posted a bill, issued by Bishop Neville, announcing a public meeting.
  45. With the coming of Christianity, this festival was turned into Hallowe’en (31 October), All Hallows [All Saints Day] (1 November), and All Souls Day (2 November).
  46. It had been a hard slog through deep snow, even for the Chisholmian-bred High Hallows and the caribou-drawn sleds of their assigned support element, but they were past the worst of it now.
  47. We recognise that, as lord abbot and rector of All Hallows, you will be responsible for the pastoral care and good guidance of our community …' John droned on and ended with some words about the rule of law and God's Holy Writ.
  48. Since the Celts, like many cultures, started every day at sunset of the night before, Samhain became the “evening” of “All Hallows” (“hallowed” = “holy” = “saint”) which was eventually contracted into “Hallow-e’en” or the modern “Halloween.
  49. How was the eve of all hallows celebrated? … the eve of all hollow empty undead auras? Big bonfires, parades, and dressing up in costumes as saints, angels, and devils… telling you that these angels-saints-devils burn inside you… they live inside you… they steal your living life energy and burn it up and waste it: to weaken you and corrupt you.
  50. The driver pressed the accelerator harder and the aging sedan raced along the wide highway, paying scant attention to the few other cars and lorries, as it passed through the village of Tseng Lan Shue to the T junction which either went right to Clear water Bay or left to Sai Kung and the restricted High Island reservoir and Mount Hallows, west of Long Harbour and east of the Tolo Channel.

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