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A communion cup and footed paten of 1549 (St Mary Aldermary London) and alms dish of 1548 (St George's Chapel, Windsor) illustrate the liturgical changes being gradually brought into use in the 16th century.
Another marine went missing and six more were seriously wounded when the gunmen opened fire on them on a beach at Ujong Blang in Paten Bireun Regency, North Aceh Military District Commander Lt.
During the closing services, a Communion chalice and paten presented to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria by the Life and Mission Agency of The Presbyterian Church in Canada was dedicated and used for the first time.
and international paten documentation, has made available Patent Explorer, the only complete collection of U.S.
The paten filed by Apple on January 20, 2011 reveals a new innovation by the firm that could be used to increase the pixel density of a digital display placed over someone's eye through mechanical actuation and describes wearable video glasses that use a tiny battery, which could display video as clear as the iPhone 4S with its Retina Display.
a man of paten pall and burse the seed that burst from Adam's mouth
Thanks to Doctor Paten, doctors and staff of Newcastle General Hospital.
THANK you for the interesting item by Hywel Trewyn regarding the 13th century Cymer Abbey chalice and paten.
I will place on my paten, O God, the harvest to be won by this renewal of labour.
Miller was not well enough to travel to Waterloo to witness the historic signing of the Waterloo Declaration, he was presented with one of the chalice and paten sets given out to mark the occasion.
Tries from Andrew Paten, Russell Lear and Dennis Lennard, two of which were converted by John Canney, saw the visitors destroy the home team's lead and storm to their first win of the season.