Sacrilege

Sac'ri·lege noun [ French sacrilège , Latin sacrilegium , from sacrilegus that steals, properly, gathers or picks up, sacred things; sacer sacred + legere to gather, pick up. See Sacred , and Legend .] The sin or crime of violating or profaning sacre
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Sacrilege

• (n.) The sin or crime of violating or profaning sacred things; the alienating to laymen, or to common purposes, what has been appropriated or consecrated to religious persons or uses.
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sacrilege

originally, the theft of something sacred; as early as the 1st century , however, the Latin term for sacrilege came to mean any injury, violation, ... [1 related articles]
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Sacrilege

[album] Sacrilege is a double remix album by the band Can, released in 1997. It features remixes of many of the band`s most well-known songs from the 1960s and 70s, remixed by contemporary recording artists. ==Track listing== ...
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Sacrilege

[band] Sacrilege were a female-fronted thrash metal band from the Midlands region of England. Despite having played relatively few gigs during their existence, Sacrilege are today recognised as an important band; both as an influence on later heavy metal and doom metal bands, and as an example of the blending of hardcore punk, radical polit
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Sacrilege

Sacrilege is the violation or injurious treatment of a sacred object. In a less proper sense, any transgression against the virtue of religion would be a sacrilege. It can come in the form of irreverence to sacred persons, places, and things. When the sacrilegious offence is verbal, it is called blasphemy. "Sacrilege" originates from the Latin s..
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