Sanctuary

A sacred place, such as a church, temple, or mosque; an area designated to be used for spiritual events and practices only

sanctuary

  1. a consecrated place where sacred objects are kept
  2. a shelter from danger or hardship
  3. area around the altar of a church for the clergy and choir; often enclosed by a lattice or railing

Sanctuary

A sanctuary, in its original meaning, is a sacred place, such as a shrine. By the use of such places as a safe haven, by extension the term has come to be used for any place of safety. This secondary use can be categorized into human sanctuary, a safe place for humans, such as a political sanctuary; and non-human sanctuary, such as an animal or pl...
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(from the article `Faulkner, William`) ...such popular—and well-paying—magazines as Collier`s and Saturday Evening Post. Greater, if more equivocal, prominence came with the financially ...
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(from the article `guerrilla warfare`) If a guerrilla force is to survive, let alone prosper, it must control safe areas to which it can retire for recuperation and repair of arms and ...
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(from the article `Trois Frères`) ...discovered in 1914, and most of the pictures of animals, together with a couple of therianthropes (half-human, half-animal figures), are located ...
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(sangk´chdbobr-ar″e) an area in the body where a drug tends to collect and to escape metabolic breakdown.
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sanctuary

[n] - a consecrated place where sacred objects are kept
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Sanctuary

• (n.) A sacred place; a consecrated spot; a holy and inviolable site. • (n.) The most retired part of the temple at Jerusalem, called the Holy of Holies, in which was kept the ark of the covenant, and into which no person was permitted to enter except the high priest, and he only once a year, to intercede for the people; also, the most s...
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Sanctuary

[Falling Skies] == Plot == === Part 1 === Anne, while examining a young boy, is held at gunpoint by the boy`s father who asks for medicine. Anne fills up a bag with drugs but fights back. The man hits her and takes the bag. Tom, Weaver and Mike go after the family to convince them to stay. They fire back but are stopped by Terry Clayton, a ...
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[Gabriella Cilmi single] Azerbaijan Development Gateway ...
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[Gareth Emery song] Sanctuary is a 2010 song by Gareth Emery featuring Lucy Saunders. It was voted the 2nd biggest track of 2010 by listeners of Armin van Buuren`s A State Of Trance radio show, and then became the most played record of 2011 on US Sirius XM Radio dance station BPM. ...
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[manga] == Plot == Sanctuary is a political thriller and crime story that featured two childhood friends, Akira Hojo and Chiaki Asami, who are ruthlessly struggling to set a new paradigm of living in Japan. However, the two friends took radically different paths (playing Rock Paper Scissors to decide who does what): Akira chose the dark pat...
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Sanctuary

[play] Sanctuary is a 1994 play by Australian playwright David Williamson. ==Summary== Sanctuary is a two act play set in the Gold Coast retreat belonging to retired Australian foreign correspondent Robert `Bob` King (Late 40`s). Mr King has lived a full life of charismatic success in the USA reporting on stories from all around the world. ...
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[Saint Seiya] == The organization == The leader of the Sanctuary is Athena in her human reincarnation. But since Athena only descends down from Olympus as a human incarnation only once every roughly two hundred years, the charge was left mainly to the Pope, the highest rank of the Sanctuary, and her second in command, followed by 88 Saints ...
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[Utada song] This category is for women`s basketball coaches at the University of South Carolina. ...
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[X-Men Episode] Bellini, Giovanni ~ St Francis in the Desert DETAIL of St Francis, c1480, Tempera and oil on panel Frick Collection, New York ...
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Sanctuary

Sanc'tu·a·ry noun ; plural Sanctuaries . [ Middle English seintuarie , Old French saintuaire , French sanctuaire , from Latin sanctuarium , from sanctus sacred, holy. See Saint .] A sacred place; a consecrated spot; a holy and inviolable site...
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Sanctuary

A place of refuge for animals where predatory animals may be controlled and hunting is not allowed.
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Sanctuary

A place of refuge, where the process of the law cannot be executed. Sanctuaries may be divided into religious and civil. The former were very common in Europe; religious houses affording protection from arrest to all persons, whether accused of crime, or pursued for debt. This kind was never known in the United States. Civil sanctuary, or that ...
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A sanctuary is the most sacred part of any religious building. The term is especially applied to that part of a Christian church in which the altar is placed - the presbytery or eastern part of the choir of a church.
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Sanctuary

Area around the main altar of the church, within the communion rails.
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Sanctuary

Area around the main altar of the church, within the communion rails.
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Sanctuary

Deep-water bass habitat.
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sanctuary

in religion, a sacred place, set apart from the profane, ordinary world. Originally, sanctuaries were natural locations, such as groves or hills, ... [2 related articles]
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