How To Use Sanctuary In A Sentence

  • South Vietnam, NVA and Viet Cong troops again intruded on neutral Laos for sanctuary, as the Viet Minh had done during the war with the French some years before. Stearns, Roger H.
  • When the Ministers have said the Gloria at the altar, they go to sit in the sanctuary until the choir has finished singing.
  • On the farther side of the hypostyle there were still other large halls which led ultimately to the actual sanctuary, or sekos, in which the divinity was represented by a statue or some symbol; only the king, or his representative, the high priest, could enter the sekos. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon
  • Read in studio Thieves have stolen seventeen rare parrots from a bird sanctuary.
  • High in the Clouds tells the story of a squirrel who tries to find a place called Animalia, a tropical animal sanctuary. Filmstalker: Stalked: Paul McCartney, Eliza Dushku, Reese Witherspoon, Danielle Panabaker
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  • Solomon Burke's website says he was born on March 21, 1940 "in an upper room at the United Praying Band The House of God for All People" Church in West Philadelphia "to the sounds of horns and bass drums from the sanctuary. Soul Singer Solomon Burke Dies at 70
  • Then we confront a full view of the main sanctuary shot from the southwest corner of the inner compound.
  • The sanctuary takes in cruelty and abuse cases and regularly receives referrals from the police.
  • The plan of the sanctuary complex, now a dignified patchwork of ruins, is quintessentially Syrian, with a small central temple surrounded by an expansive precinct known as the temenos . Temple of the 'Bride of the Desert'
  • In his letters, as in conversation, he offers himself no sanctuary, and the picture we are left to gather is an exaggeration of the facts: cold, hard, captious, rarely affectionate, often gloomy.
  • So the enlarged south transept took in the slype, and it occupied the end bay with the broad gallery and the sanctuary chamber filling the space above.
  • A faint path leads to an old shieling on the hillside, a soft sanctuary that gazes up the length of fjord - like Loch Hourn to where it becomes choked off by tumbling mountain slopes.
  • Certainly by 16 May 2000 Bambi had been transferred to a local donkey sanctuary.
  • City special mention should be made of the sanctuary of the Madonna del Divino Amore (of the Divine Love) on the Via Ardeatina, near an old castle of the Orsini, which is visited by a great concourse of people ou Whit-Monday. The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock
  • Where monks sat in quiet contemplation, guests now seek sanctuary from the city's bustle amid lush palms and ivy.
  • The sanctuary currently hosts budding ornithologists from Denmark, Sweden, Holland, Germany, and Russia.
  • Yet one visitor from Northern Ireland got it right about the museum when she described it as ‘a sanctuary amidst the thousand cackling hens purchasing ever more tacky plastic tartan mugs’.
  • I figured at least there I'd be able to get out the pool quickly and seek sanctuary in the house if my wonderful boyfriend and best friend tried anything else.
  • The high priest having done this, perfumed the sanctuary, returned to the door, took the blood of the slain bullock, and, carrying it into the holy of holies, sprinkled it with his finger once upon the mercy seat "eastward" -- that is, on the side next to himself; and seven times "before the mercy seat" -- that is, on the front of the ark. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • In former times, criminals could take sanctuary inside a church.
  • The altar is located in the center of the sanctuary, and a screen or partition called an iconostasis separates the sanctuary from the rest of the church.
  • The sanctuary is a low-lit carpeted hall filled with nine long rows of padded, auditorium-style seats clustered around a raised platform called the bimah. American Grace
  • Under threat are the turtle, fresh water prawn and crocodiles in the nearby sanctuary.
  • Let her breathe the air outside of Sanctuary for a time and then ask her the same question. TREASON KEEP
  • Birders can watch migratory species such as endangered clapper rails, dowitchers, and American avocets from the platform at Elsie Roemer Bird Sanctuary.
  • Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary comprises a fringing coral reef ecosystem nestled within an eroded volcanic crater on the island of Tutuila, American Samoa. Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary
  • Luke has Zechariah ministering not merely at the hieron, the temple complex, but in the naos, the inner sanctuary of the temple restricted to the priests.
  • Norbert sang the antiphons and censed the sanctuary - I felt as though I was moving about in a dark room where strange figures brushed up against my shoulders, and strange voices guided me along.
  • The first, built by Solomon (1012 B.C.) appears from the Biblical description [6] to have combined Egyptian conceptions (successive courts, lofty entrance-pylons, the Sanctuary and the sekos or “Holy of Holies”) with A Text-Book of the History of Architecture Seventh Edition, revised
  • Not far from the club is the Nairobi National Park, a sanctuary for wildlife.
  • I have been out adventuring again today at the Karori Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Every area of the sanctuary is full, with 54 cats and kittens, 35 dogs and more than 50 rabbits and small rodents all looking for loving homes.
  • I slammed the door angrily, dropped my bag, slid my jacket gently off my shoulders and once again took sanctuary on my mattress.
  • Revulsion at the thought, fear of the act; his mind recoiled from it, seeking sanctuary, finding it at once. LOHENGRIN
  • The off-shore islands, which are part of the estate, provide sanctuary for several world-famous bird colonies including the exceptional Eilean Dubh gannetry.
  • Back in the sanctuary of my dimly-lit rooms I ran the bath, stripped off and sank into the water.
  • Socinians, and Quakers: all of whom Kettledrummle proposed, by one sweeping act, to expel from the land, and thus re-edify in its integrity the beauty of the sanctuary. Old Mortality
  • After each vision I would find the nearest church, seek sanctuary, kneel, and pray the rosary.
  • His shunning of the rest for the more difficult shots demonstrated a confidence not normal for such an arena, while he went for pots where mere mortals would have sought safety sanctuary.
  • The ossuary inside the sanctuary is square with a vaulted ceiling.
  • On Saturday, a peace candle will be the centrepiece of a sanctuary in Spinks Park.
  • The doors of the sanctuary will open for one month to families seeking solace.
  • Those in the support fleet who weren't neutralized fled to the sanctuary of hyperspace en route back to Confederate Space.
  • The Sanctuary's dueling grounds was found at the end of the north wing of the main chamber.
  • The worn but spit-shined sanctuary is silent this weekday morning and the life-size statues of La Virgen de Guadalupe and St. Jude, aglow in shadowy candlelight, gaze benevolently out of their gaudy, flower-bedecked encasements. American Grace
  • From the acropolis we have a sanctuary of Demeter and Kore while from the North Harbour area we have rich levels from the 6th century.
  • Sanctuary Cruises Accommodations on the Yangzi Explorer -- which explores the river Westerners call the Yangtze -- vary from deluxe cabins that are merely spacious (31 square meters) to master suites that could hold three deluxe cabins with room to spare (110 square meters). Current Events
  • The result is the area has become a wildlife sanctuary with otters returning, and residents including white egrets, herons, kestrels and dozens of wild flowers.
  • One of these interiors can now be better understood as a result of the rediscovery of four lunettes commissioned for the Sanctuary at Lansdown Tower.
  • The few heads that have either been found in or associated with the sanctuary show bearded men with long curly hair wearing wreaths, probably of laurels.
  • Similarly, after the collapse of the stoas and temenos walls that enclosed the sanctuary, further dispersals could have taken place.
  • They find the Temple defiled and turned into a pagan sanctuary.
  • A rock skittered lightly to his left as he stepped into the sanctuary.
  • The reredos is the first example in modern cathedral work of the elaborate style of decoration for the most holy part of the sanctuary, which is now not uncommon. Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Ely A History and Description of the Building with a Short Account of the Monastery and of the See
  • At a nearby wildlife sanctuary, children study birds from hides.
  • The balcony in the sanctuary was shaped like a horseshoe and extended on both sides to the choir loft at the front.
  • Anti-social behaviour can sour every aspect of a person's life, spoiling the peace in what should be the ultimate sanctuary of their own home.
  • Accompanying that soul-spelunking is a profound craving for sanctuary, for a feeling of safety Scorpios rarely get to enjoy.
  • The solitary messenger rode east from the sanctuary of Zeus at Olympia through the hill country along the Alpheus River. Alexander the Great
  • Much of the debate over the Florida Keys no-discharge area focused on the fact that water quality problems in the sanctuary were largely from land-based sources and those pollutants are largely nutrients, not fecal coliform bacteria.
  • But if ever there was a place for music to soothe the savage beast, it's El Arca Animal Sanctuary---the only wildlife rescue center of its kind in Spain.
  • A set of doors that may have belonged to the church of St. Sophia in Novgorod formed part of the iconostasis, the high screen that divided the church sanctuary from the nave in late medieval Russia.
  • Between the Nauset Marshes, Corn Hill, Pilgrim Beach, and the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary we saw 56 species, 13 of them new for Eric, including semipalmated plovers, long-billed dowitchers, lesser yellowlegs, and a horned lark.
  • A swan that was seriously injured by an air gun pellet through the eye is now recovering at a Swindon sanctuary.
  • I feel the scything headlights sweep towards this orchard sanctuary.
  • For early evidence of the mission's role as a sanctuary for women, see A. Grandjean, "Rapport sur l'oeuvre missionnaire au Littoral de la baie de Delagoa pendant l'année 1892," SMA 1256 A/4. Where Women Make History: Gendered Tellings of Community and Change in Magude, Mozambique
  • Both these patriarchs fathered large families from a number of wives, both were intimately involved with the holy sanctuary of the Kaaba at Mecca and both were renowned for the open-handed generosity with which they cared for pilgrims.
  • The sky outside the Sanctuary was a rich, deep blue; several pinpoints of stars glittered softly.
  • No; I have it in -- you know, what you call the inner sanctuary -- the light here is not good enough. The Artist
  • The iconostasis of the Orthodox church effects what in Gothic architecture is accomplished by the Rood Screen, the separation of the nave from the sanctuary.
  • On entering the Church, he noticed pieces of stained glass strewn over the sanctuary and on the altar table.
  • From the first few moments, however, the performance took on the feeling of a ceremony with the deep resonance of the cello in the sanctuary and the player's eloquent artistry.
  • Norbert sang the antiphons and censed the sanctuary - I felt as though I was moving about in a dark room where strange figures brushed up against my shoulders, and strange voices guided me along.
  • For me, it is a sanctuary of deep quiet where man's passing has left not the faintest trace.
  • A kind-hearted innocent with a passion for the lives of the saints, Damian is playing in his own cardboard sanctuary when a bag falls from the heavens.
  • Majestie in erth, making the Saitt of justice, quhilk aucht to be the sanctuary and refuge of all godlie and vertuouse personeis, injustlie afflictit, to be ane den and receaptakle to thevis, murtheraris, idolateris, huremongaris, adulteraris, and blasphemaris of God and all godlynes. The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)
  • The bird sanctuary has been inundated with calls from people who have spotted cockatiels, budgies and parrots that have been released into the wild.
  • And we are sure that as God complaineth that his sanctuary is polluted, when there are brought into it A Discourse concerning Evangelical Love, Church Peace, and Unity
  • There is a graphic description, for instance, of the killings in Rwanda and of the butchery of 3,000 Tutsis seeking sanctuary in a church.
  • Reaching the little square in front of the Hermitage, he rested from the ascent, stretching out full length on the crescent of rubblework that formed a bench near the sanctuary. The Torrent Entre Naranjos
  • The sanctuary mirrors the octagonal shape of the building itself, and five sections of pews, each five to eight rows deep, face the center, where an octagonal altar stands beneath an enormous suspended crucifix. American Grace
  • Then she had run back to her classrooms seeking sanctuary.
  • Trajan, for example, was honoured not only with a statue, but also a small sanctuary (naos) in the city centre.
  • It gave visitors an opportunity to find out more about the work of the sanctuary and meet some of the numerous animals which have been abandoned.
  • He starts with the Bible, which includes the use of gold as adornment, the golden calf, and the detailed description of use of gold in sanctuary and tabernacle.
  • Nearby is the Heritage Museum of local history and the Wildfowl Trust bird sanctuary.
  • As camp professionals, we can provide sanctuary to these children by offering more scholarships!
  • Being an "empath" may explain her wistful connection to the roiling waves of the ocean, the sanctuary it provides, and the sexual urges that seem to emanate from fathoms below … Archive 2007-02-01
  • Comeback to mainland Auckland for the kakariki - 20 released into Tawharanui Open Sanctuary undefined
  • The tabernacle, sanctuary lamp and all brasses have been cleaned, polished and lacquered in both Mulranny and Tiernaur churches.
  • I was glad to climb into the sanctuary of my bed.
  • The sanctuary now faces the task of stabling and feeding all the ponies, horses and donkeys over the winter.
  • While plans were drawn up in case the raider was a pocket battleship and not just one of the many German merchant ships which had sneaked out of the sanctuary of a South American port and armed herself, the Admiralty signalled to Admiral Lyon and Commodore Harwood that the order recalling the 4th Destroyer Division was cancelled and they were "to be retained in the South Atlantic for the present. Graf Spee
  • This exhibit, Without Sanctuary, is not easy on the eyes.
  • When children are fortunate enough to have reasonably warm, consistent, and supportive parenting, they have what we call a secure base—a sanctuary where they can meet their dual needs for nurturance and validation. The Unmotivated Child
  • The island of Bonnaire in the Dutch Caribbean has a sanctuary which houses donkeys found in the area.
  • During the Solemn Prayers, the acolytes lay on the floor, in the middle of the sanctuary, a violet carpet, and upon the lowest step itself, a violet cushion, symbol of the regality of Christ. Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 4.2 - Good Friday, The Adoration of the Cross and the Rite of the Presanctified
  • The largest of these, St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge, is sanctuary to a rare mix of native animals and exotics that have survived from the island's former life as a hunting reserve.
  • ‘They have requested your advice and have expressed a wish to seek sanctuary here,’ Darius told her.
  • We endeavor to create a sanctuary where they can express themselves without censorship.
  • In the houses of prominent persons and local notables, another set of stairs is located immediately inside the front door without a view of the inner sanctuary of the courtyard.
  • During the past seven years, Poppy and husband Pete, who fund the sanctuary themselves, have taken scores of animals and birds under their wing, including geese, dogs, a cow, partridge, pheasant and quail.
  • Desert_, p. 550.] [Footnote 272: Disciples of Seedy ben Isa, whose sanctuary is at Fas, and who possess the art of fascinating serpents.] [Footnote 273: N.B. This is a misinterpretation of the Arabic words here used, which, literally translated, signify, _God alone, is great! An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa
  • The park is the largest wildlife sanctuary in the US.
  • The clergy also intervened in disputes through the provision of ecclesiastical sanctuary.
  • She sought sanctuary in the guest room, closing the door behind her and crawling under the covers.
  • Jewish tradition provided our Prophet with sanctuary and succour.
  • In 2006, the number of capuchins at the Primarily Primates sanctuary in San Antonio, Texas, soared and the population grew to 130, said executive director Stephen Rene Tello. Pet capuchin monkeys can turn on their owners, experts warn
  • One-sixth of the reserve is a sanctuary for addax. Aïr and Ténéré Natural Reserves, Niger
  • The service takes place in the sanctuary, which contains an altar table and an oblation table.
  • Ye shall keep my sabbaths, and reverence my sanctuary -- This precept is frequently repeated along with the prohibition of idolatrous practices, and here it stands closely connected with the superstitions forbidden in the previous verses. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • All manner of sea life dwells in this remarkable sanctuary, but the most exciting and abundant are the resident grey nurse sharks.
  • A fragment from the Athenian Agora shows a herm standing in front of a vertical edge, offset in the background, probably indicating the entrance of a sanctuary.
  • Above, it was enclosed in an octagonal structure, which formed in effect the sanctuary of the basilica, which stretched in five aisles divided by rows of monolithic columns.
  • In the remaining unzoned portions of the sanctuary, management activities focus on improving water quality and protecting habitat. Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
  • Updated my five moria rogers – sanctuary shiloh walker – hunters need jess granger – beyond the shadows Ann Aguirre » Blog Archive » Hell Fire Lottery III
  • The Bhitarkanika wildlife sanctuary is a haven for crocodiles.
  • The fleeing rebels found a sanctuary in the nearby church.
  • This sanctuary was also the site for the Thesmophoria, a ten-day festival described later as celebrated ' in a garden ' on the acropolis (Pl.
  • She is but the latest in a long line of backwoods cats to call this wildlife sanctuary home, her personal habits and transferable lessons each dutifully recorded by the man-who-writes.
  • "She was involved in the donkey sanctuary and loved horses and all animals.
  • Ian, the sanctuary manager, has been busy on the grader putting the finishing touches to a firebreak.
  • This island is maintained as a sanctuary for endangered species.
  • Monterey Bay is more likely to yield up orcas, humpbacks or minkes at this time of year in what is America's largest marine sanctuary in an underwater canyon the size of the Grand Canyon.
  • At the conclusion, entering the sanctuary, the choir sang the responsory, "Gaude Maria Virgo" or the prose, "Inviolata" or some other antiphon in honour of the Blessed Virgin. Candlemas, The Feast of the Presentation and Purification
  • The dour fugitives on the other side of the stream have a legend that those who safely cross the "Field of Blood" -- so they call the anemone-sprinkled land beyond -- without so much as crushing a flower may claim sanctuary under the British flag. Bones Being Further Adventures in Mr. Commissioner Sanders' Country
  • And the reason of this extraordinary fruitfulness is because their waters issued out of the sanctuary; it is not to be ascribed to any thing in themselves, but to the continual supplies of divine grace, with which they are watered every moment (Isa.xxvii. 3); for, whoever planted them, it was that which gave the increase. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • One-sixth of the reserve is a sanctuary for addax. Aïr and Ténéré Natural Reserves, Niger
  • It is wrong to characterize the Stonewall Inn as having been a sanctuary for genderqueers (unless that term encompasses non-transgendered gay men).
  • In May this year he returned with colleagues to the sanctuary, where they were able to net two specimens.
  • He equipped the main sanctuary of the shrine dedicated to the sun goddess with solar panels.
  • The couple, who are retired florists and market gardeners, use the greenhouse to grow plants for an annual garden party to raise money for a donkey sanctuary in Devon.
  • I was glad to climb into the sanctuary of my bed.
  • Most countries refuse to give sanctuary to people who hijack aeroplanes.
  • Let her breathe the air outside of Sanctuary for a time and then ask her the same question. TREASON KEEP
  • Pete and Frank are two Aussies blokes who championed the endangered bilby, and four years ago, began a campaign to create a sanctuary.
  • They were offered flights to Brisbane and accommodation on the Gold Coast for $100 each as well as a limousine from the airport and lunch at Sanctuary Cove.
  • The insular world of the theatre is more commonly a sanctuary from reality.
  • A sicle or shekel of silver, (which was also called a stater,) according to the standard or weight of the sanctuary, which was the most just and exact, was half an ounce of silver, that is, about half a crown of English money. The Bible, Douay-Rheims, Complete The Challoner Revision
  • Thanks to a generous bequest we have been able to air-condition the sanctuary.
  • Read in studio Thieves have stolen seventeen rare parrots from a bird sanctuary.
  • The nearby sanctuary is home to the barking, the spotted and the mouse deer, the gaur, the civet cat, the tiger and the elephant, besides a variety of birds and reptiles.
  • The worn but spit-shined sanctuary is silent this weekday morning and the life-size statues of La Virgen de Guadalupe and St. Jude, aglow in shadowy candlelight, gaze benevolently out of their gaudy, flower-bedecked encasements. American Grace
  • In truth it is, quite on the contrary, a proof of the post-exilian date of the Priestly Code that it makes sons of Aaron of the priests of the central sanctuary, who, even in the traditional understanding (2Chronicles xiii. 10), are in one way or other simply the priests of Prolegomena
  • The tradition dates from at least the Middle Ages, when European churches afforded sanctuary to the persecuted.
  • The fleeing rebels found a sanctuary in the nearby church.
  • She led us to the cool, shady, plant-filled sanctuary of a monk's cell.
  • Hundreds of protesters who took sanctuary in the mosque during the fighting left peacefully following lengthy negotiations with police.
  • For decades I've sought sanctuary in the Grill Room at the Dorchester when the catastrophes of the art cooks all became too much.
  • She left a large sum of money in her will to found a wildlife sanctuary.
  • Limiting the field to one particular sanctuary would seem to be a promising alternative.
  • In some older Greek cities Demeter's sanctuary was located between the urban centre and the agricultural territory, the pattern attributed by de Polignac to cities in the formative stage.
  • Vietnam, NVA and Viet Cong troops again intruded on neutral Laos for sanctuary, as the Viet Minh had done during the war with the French some years before. Helwig, Roger D.
  • We find imprecations against people who break laws, defile a sanctuary, commit perjury, or pollute a grave, amongst other things.
  • The result is the area has become a wildlife sanctuary with otters returning, and residents including white egrets, herons, kestrels and dozens of wild flowers.
  • As a proof of this, I need not do more than state the general fact, that slavery has existed under the droppings of the sanctuary of the south for the last two hundred years, and there has not been any war between the _religion_ and the _slavery_ of the south. My Bondage and My Freedom
  • There was now to be no sanctuary where the logic of capitalism could not prevail.
  • a sanctuary or _sekos_, a hypostyle (columnar) hall, known as the “hall of assembly,” and a forecourt preceded by a double pylon or gateway. A Text-Book of the History of Architecture Seventh Edition, revised
  • The fleeing rebels found a sanctuary in the nearby church.
  • There are columns around the circumference of the Sanctuary, and various marble incrustations cover the inner walls.
  • But there in her sanctuary, I could still find her name inscribed in her cartouche, the ring of eternity.
  • The choir takes their places in the lofted stalls, some thirty feet above the floor of the sanctuary, giving them a distant, angelic quality that complements the gilded sword-and-trumpet-bearing cherubim scattered throughout the room. American Grace
  • A British woman whose arm was bitten off by a lion when she reached through the bars of an enclosure at an animal sanctuary in Spain was last night recovering from emergency surgery.
  • Last year hundreds of birds died of fright due to fireworks being set off near the Hutchinson Road sanctuary.
  • The company also put men to work guarding the sanctuary against poachers and building schools for the children to meet another local need.
  • Chau Say Tevoda includes a central sanctuary, two libraries and four gopura gateway structures, one for each cardinal point. Chau Say Tevoda - A Key Khmer Devata Temple Reopens | Angkor Wat Apsara & Devata: Khmer Women in Divine Context
  • Instead of the column on the Gospel side for the Paschal candle, there is a small bracket (“parvum sustentaculum”) in the middle of the sanctuary, as the new rubric states. Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 6.1 - Holy Saturday and the Blessing of the New Fire, Procession, Exultet, Prophecies
  • The Three Owls bird sanctuary in Norden has been inundated with calls from people who have spotted cockatiels, budgies and parrots that have been released into the wild.
  • Not long after the first foundation of the city, they opened a sanctuary of refuge for all fugitives, which they called the temple of the god The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch; being parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch, edited for boys and girls
  • In January she had visited Slimbridge, the bird sanctuary on the Severn in Gloucestershire, to witness the famous flights of starlings that swarm there in their tens of thousands before roosting.
  • Nowadays her work with animals - a sanctuary in West Sussex and a website, Animalines - takes up a lot of her time but she is still passionate about writing.
  • God's elect are symbolized by the sanctuary at Jerusalem (1Co 3: 16, 17, where the same Greek word, "naos," occurs for "temple," as here). Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • The sanctuary needed more humdrum fowl, more farmyard ducks and geese. RUSHING TO PARADISE
  • Throughout the ordeal, no one said a word except for a single monk they encountered in the sanctuary. The Thieves of Darkness
  • The Sanctuary itself was spectacularly built and was very aesthetically pleasing to the eye.
  • So up a wooden ladder into the crawl space above the church sanctuary, Billy Gaines went.
  • The four knights tried to drag him outside, to avoid aggravating their sacrilege by defiling the sanctuary.
  • The word 'simplify,' the word 'sanctuary,' the word 'relax.' chron.com Chronicle
  • Darius turned and set off at a stumbling run towards the entrance to the sanctuary.
  • We have an account of what was in the inner part of the sanctuary, which was within the second veil, and is called the holiest of all. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
  • Illegal immigrants found/sought/took sanctuary in a local church.
  • At the sanctuary someone claps a hand across her mouth, pulls her away.
  • Many sermons die in the sanctuary because preachers try to say too many things and give too much extraneous information.
  • Since acquiring the label in 2001, Sanctuary have mined the rich seam of the Trojan back catalogue.
  • Their purpose, I believe, was to drive her here, where she would find sanctuary. THE GREENSTONE GRAIL: THE SANGREAL TRILOGY ONE
  • It was to this precinct that the survivors of the attack retreated, barricading themselves into the inner sanctuary of the temple, which was burned to the ground with them in it.
  • A photograph of the balustrade and the underside of the eaves of the main sanctuary at the inner shrine extends to the edge of all four sides of the left page with no frame.
  • The sanctuary looks after more than 100 horses, ponies and donkeys, plus sheep, pigs, and goats.
  • It looks like a bunker or, for cheerier souls, a sanctuary. Times, Sunday Times
  • Animals that stray into habitations and those kept as pets are rehabilitated at the sanctuary and integrated with their peers.
  • In the sanctuary a huge swath of burlap obscured the cross of glory.
  • Most of us consider our yards and gardens an extension of our homes, and we look for sanctuary and privacy there.
  • The botanist had turned against the sanctuary, and had rambled to himself about the seaplane and the albatross, confusing them in his mind. RUSHING TO PARADISE
  • As with any divinity, more personalized dedications show variation from these norms, and Demeter's votives may not be identical at every sanctuary.
  • Families at the sanctuary revelled in the good weather, but the warmth made Oliver a little frisky.
  • My stepsister and I would lie, terrified, in a sweltering hotel room, turning up our walkmans and longing for home where at least we had the sanctuary of our own bedrooms to escape the bitterness and shouting.
  • Neither banteng B. javanicus (V), nor wild water buffalo Bubalus arnee (E) has yet been reported from Thung Yai, although both occur in neighbouring Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary. Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, Thailand
  • The sanctuary's founder went the extra mile and got ordained so she could wed the couple.
  • [Bridgetown, BARBADOS] Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary officials were pleased to read in the Nation that the Government of Barbados has apparently assigned a Bds. $1 million budget estimate for Graeme Hall. Barbados Underground
  • With his assistance, I obtained admission to that sanctuary, too.

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