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- gr****, leitourgia, signifies the often expensive offers of service to the people, and thus to the polis and the state. through the leitourgia the rich
- lutheranism and methodism. the term liturgy is derived from the gr**** leitourgia meaning 'public service' and is formed by two words: 'laos' (people) and
- georgian: საღმრთო ლიტურგია saghmrto lit'urgia; gr****: Θεία Λειτουργία theia leitourgia; romanian: sfânta liturghie; russian: Божественная литургия bozhestvennaya
- wife helena. papnouthis complains that eustochius, who was required by a leitourgia to either serve as a sailor on the boat or to pay the salary of a substitute
- the m**** of the presanctified (latin: missa præsanctificatorum, gr****: leitourgia ton proegiasmenon) is a christian liturgy traditionally celebrated on
- peasants. in the 5th century bce, the practice of liturgy ( λειτουργία / leitourgia - literally, 'public work') placed the responsibility for provision of
- the liturgy (gr****: λειτουργία or λῃτουργία, leitourgia, from λαός / laos, 'the people' and the root ἔργο / ergon, 'work' ) was in ancient greece a public
- occurred in the shift of the vocabulary of the ****enistic period: the name leitourgia - and the verb leitourgein - loses its meaning strictly 'expenditure imposed