Maj. Gen. M.A.R. West, commanding commonwealth Division, ceremonially dropped the puck in the regimental championship game.
Now, ceremonially she put it down in front of them, on the ground.
Noa (n-a)--ceremonially free; unrestrained by tabu (p. 126).
Yet they are regarded as ceremonially pure, and are often cooks to the zamindars.
The two next classes wear it and are canonically and ceremonially entitled.
The bride cut it ceremonially, and it was distributed in the usual way.
The administration of the mixed chalice is legal, but the wine and water must not be ceremonially mixed during the service.
The first seven of these hills must be ceremonially planted.
To-day they were all ceremonially unclean, so our presence was not considered polluting.
They do not render the person affected, according to the law, ceremonially unclean.