1. administer an oil or ointment to; often in a religious ceremony of blessing
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  • The opening at one end of the shrine is closed not by the paneled doors characteristic of temples but by a pair of low gates carved to represent wickerwork and surmounted by a row of inverted dentils.
  • Part restaurant, part nightclub, this wood-paneled new hot spot tries to please both foodies and scenesters.
  • Kyle and Louis, their hosts for the night, were indeed upstairs, in a paneled private room, reached after a long and disorienting trek through the interior of the club, across parqueted dining rooms, past bars and rest rooms, up two half flights of stairs that bookended a golden little cigar lounge. The Deed
  • The floor was covered with a plush carpet, and the walls were paneled with a synthetic wood molding, giving the room a stately air.
  • The picture galleries of the High Museum are treated as subsidiary spaces shunted off from the proportionally dominant, glass-paneled entry rotunda, which is flooded with daylight and unusable for the display of works that require careful conservation. The Big Rock Candy Mountain
  • He led her through the wood-paneled police station and past a sixtyish woman seated at a metal desk beside one of the offices. Unspeakable
  • Mbeki, accompanied by his wife, Zanele, several ministers and about 30 South African businessmen, received a 21-gun salute and a military march-past after his arrival. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • Galilaiou planou, hon staurōsantōn hēmōn hoi mathētai autou apo tou mnēmatos nuktos .... planōsi tous anthrōpous legontes egēgerthai auton ek nekrōn kai eis ouranon anelēluthenai, kateipontes dedidachenai kai tauta haper kata tōn homologountōn Christon kai didaskalon kai huion theou einai panti genei anthrōpōn athea kai anoma kai anosia legete: The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries
  • _Club Room_, which occupies all the ground floor: it will be divided by columns and pilasters of scagliola, and decorated with a paneled ceiling and appropriate ornaments. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 19, No. 531, January 28, 1832
  • So when he was houseled and aneled, and had all that a Christian man ought to have, he prayed the hermit that his fellows might bear his body to Joyous Garde.
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