Definition of Sacring. Meaning of Sacring. Synonyms of Sacring

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Definition of Sacring

Sacring
Sacring Sac"ring, a. & n. from Sacre. Sacring bell. See Sanctus bell, under Sanctus.

Meaning of Sacring from wikipedia

- The term sanctus bell (or sacring bell) may refer to: A particular type of church bell hung in a church tower or bell-cot The small hand-held altar bell...
- 8 May 2016 at the Wayback Machine. Slovenská Aagentúra pre Cestovný Ruch sacr.sk (March 2016) "Spolupráca s ESA - Slovak Space Portal". Slovak Space Portal...
- Christ and again when the consecrated elements are shown to the people. Sacring rings or "Gloria wheels" are commonly used in Catholic churches in Spain...
- Moreover, this sacrosanct character he acquired not by virtue of his "sacring", but by hereditary right; the coronation, anointing and vesting were but...
- (T). 2008 (1) SACR 65 (C). 2007 (2) SACR 415 (SCA). 2008 (2) SACR 157 (W). 2000 (2) SACR 79 (W). s 113. 1993 (2) SACR 587 (A). 2004 (1) SACR 144 (T). Qoko...
- Retrieved 8 December 2014. "S v Mngeni (CC25/2011) [2012] ZAWCHC 202; 2013 (1) SACR 583 (WCC)". SAFLII. 19 November 2012. INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND, para.12...
- two important cases in South African criminal law: S v Tembani 1999 (1) SACR 192 (W), where the Wi****ersrand Local Division appeared to follow the proximate...
- elevating them above his head. As each is shown, a bell (once called "the sacring bell") is rung and, if incense is used, the host and chalice are incensed...
- High Lutherans and Anglicans, small hand-held bells, called Sanctus or sacring bells, are often rung by a server at M**** when the priest holds high up...
- rebuilt almost at once, for several bases for statues exist, inscribed Augusto sacr(um) Perusia restituta; but it did not become a colonia, until 251–253 AD...