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[song] "Church" is a song by rapper T-Pain. It is a fast-paced song led by guitar riffs and is one of the songs in which T-Pain raps. It appears on his album Epiphany and was released as the third single. The song "features" Teddy Verseti, one of T-Pain`s aliases, which he uses when rapping vigorously. The song is about wanting to fight som
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[SEPTA Market–Frankford Line station] Church Station originally opened as the Ruan-Church Station on November 5, 1922, one of eleven similar stations on the Frankford line. The station has been modernized at some point, and is reserved for "B" Trains only. Despite the fact that "Ruan" was removed from the station`s name, street-level acce
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[Liverpool ward] Church is a Liverpool City Council Ward. It contains part of the Mossley Hill area of Liverpool. It includes the road Penny Lane, famous for the Beatles song of the same name. The ward boundary was changed at the 2004 municipal elections to encompass parts of the former Grassendale and Allerton wards and losing part to the
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[Metro Rail] Church is a Buffalo Metro Rail station that serves downtown Buffalo, New York, near Church and Pearl Streets. The station is in the "fare-free" zone, which allows passengers free travel between Erie Canal Harbor station to the south and Theater station to the north. Passengers continuing northbound, past Theater are required to
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A large body of people belonging to an established religious organization. Churches normally have a formal structure, with a hierarchy of religious officials, and the term is also used for the building where their religious ceremonials are held.
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[n] - the body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church 2. [n] - one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship 3. [n] - a place for public (especially Christian) worship 4. [v] - bring someone to church for a special rite, as of a woman after childbirth
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a type of religious organisation well integrated into the larger society
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The whole body of the general Christian community, or a subdivision or denomination of it. The church as a community of believers represents the body of Jesus. It includes both those who are alive...
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In architecture, a building designed as a place of worship for the Christian church community. Churches were first built in the 3rd century, when persecution of Christians ceased under the Roman...
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The Greek word ekklesia (to call out) in the Bible is generally translated as 'church.' It may refer to all those, living or dead, who are Christians. it may refer to a specific Christian group in a specific area.
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Church noun [ Middle English chirche , chireche , cherche , Scot. kirk , from Anglo-Saxon circe , cyrice ; akin to Dutch kerk , Icelandic kirkja , Swedish kyrka , Danish kirke , German kirche , Old High German chirih
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Church transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Churched ; present participle & verbal noun Churching .] To bless according to a prescribed form, or to unite with in publicly returning thanks in church, as after deliverance from the da
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church building noun a place for public (especially Christian) worship; `the church was empty`
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Christian church noun one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship
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verb perform a special church rite or service for; `church a woman after childbirth`
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• (n.) A Jewish or heathen temple. • (n.) A building set apart for Christian worship. • (n.) Any body of worshipers; as, the Jewish church; the church of Brahm. • (n.) A formally organized body of Christian believers worshiping together. • (v. t.) To bless according to a prescribed form, or to unite with in publicly returni
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in Christian doctrine, the Christian religious community as a whole, or a body or organization of Christian believers.[16 related articles]
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in architecture, a building designed for Christian worship.[24 related articles]
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church (s), churches (pl) 1. A building for public Christian worship. 2. The public worship of God or a religious service in such a building. 3. When capitalized, the whole body of Christian believers; Christendom. 4. Sometimes capitalized: any division of this body professing the same creed and acknowledging the same ecclesiastical aut...
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[building] In the Christian religion, a church building is a building or structure whose primary purpose is to facilitate the meeting of a Christian Church. Originally, Jewish Christians met in synagogues,{Citation needed|date=March 2012} such as the Cenacle, and in one another`s homes, known as house churches. As Christianity grew and beca
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church [Gr. kuriakon=belonging to the Lord], in architecture, a building for Christian worship. The earliest churches date from the late 3d cent.; before then Christians, because of persecutions, worshiped secretly, especially in private houses. In Rome and some other cities Christians worshiped at ...
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church [probably Gr.,=divine], aggregation of Christian believers. The traditional belief has the church the community of believers, living and dead, headed by Jesus, who founded it in the apostles. This is the doctrine of the mystical body of Christ (Eph. 1.22–23). Some divisions speak of the...
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(architecture) Click images to enlargeIn architecture, a building designed as a place of worship for the Christian church community. Churches were first built in the 3rd century, when persecution of Christians ceas...
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(community) The whole body of the general Christian community, or a subdivision or denomination of it. The church as a community of believers represents the body of Jesus. It includes both those who are alive (the Church Militant) and those who have died and are in heaven (the Church Triumphan...
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[Kent cricketer] Church (dates unknown) was an English amateur cricketer who made 3 known appearances in major cricket matches from 1789 to 1795. ==Career== He was mainly associated with Kent and also represented Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC). ==External sources== ...
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