When Jack was lying on the altar with the stones, that was really hard for me because I got a bit giggly.
Bennett's party serves the land of Israel, and it is happy to sacrifice the ultra-Orthodox on its altar.
Cashing in the human-rights card in public or private on the altar of Chinese investments gives free power to Beijing.
In a show about single women, Sex and The City was always in a rush to get to the altar—and with a man there waiting.
So why has the sprint to the altar been replaced with a much slower gait?
And all love that spoke not of the altar only shocked and repelled her.
But say them she did at the altar, being compelled to do so by the vicar.
So king Solomon sent, and they brought him down from the altar.
He however spread an altar cloth, which he had retained about his person, upon the body of the child.
He walked to his throne on the right of the altar, and the chanting was resumed.
Old English alter, altar, from Latin altare (plural altaria) "high altar, altar for sacrifice to the great gods," perhaps originally meaning "burnt offerings" (cf. Latin adolere "to worship, to offer sacrifice, to honor by burning sacrifices to"), but influenced by Latin altus "high." In Middle English, often auter, from Old French auter. Reintroduced from Latin 1500s. As a symbol of marriage, by 1820.