Chalice

A ritual tool. It represents the female principals of creation. This is the cup you drink your wine or juice from in your rituals or spells. Also used for “Cakes and Ale� Generally, witches drink a ritual beverage after completing a spell. This helps to replenish your body with energy after you send all your energy out from you into the world. You can be very exhausted after a spell, and eating a cookie, piece of cake, and drinking your ritual beverage after the spell helps revive you a bit....

chalice

A cup on a stem, used to contain the ecuharistic wine; the same shape was also used in a secular context
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chalice

[n] - a bowl-shaped drinking vessel
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chalice

Cup, usually of precious metal, used in celebrating the Eucharist in the Christian church. Chalices can take many forms, and may be extremely elaborate in design and decoration or very plain. In...
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Chalice

A special drinking cup used in Christian communion services to hold wine.
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Chalice

Chal'ice noun [ OR. chalis , calice , Old French chalice , calice , French calice , from Latin calix , akin to Greek ... and English helmet . Confer Calice , Calyx .] A cup or bowl; especially, the cup used in the sacrament of the Lord'...
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chalice

noun a bowl-shaped drinking vessel; especially the Eucharistic cup
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Chalice

• (n.) A cup or bowl; especially, the cup used in the sacrament of the Lord`s Supper.
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chalice

a cup used in the celebration of the Christian Eucharist. Both the statement of St. Paul about `the cup of blessing which we bless` (1 Corinthians ... [3 related articles]
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Chalice

Chalice is slang for a large cup-shaped container used for smoking marijuana.
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chalice

chalice [Lat.,=cup], ancient name for a drinking cup, retained for the eucharistic or communion cup. Its use commemorates the cup used by Jesus at the Last Supper. Celebrated examples are the Great Chalice of Antioch (Syriac), of embossed silver, excavated there in 1910 and attributed to the 1st cen...
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Chalice

A chalice is a ceremonial cup, the term being particularly applied to the cup used for the wine at the celebration of the Eucharist. In early ages the chalice was commonly made of glass or wood, occasionally of gold or silver, with a representation frequently of the Good Shepherd carrying the lost sheep on His back. Special care was taken that the ...
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chalice

Cup, usually of precious metal, used in celebrating the Eucharist in the Christian church
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Chalice

a wine cup used during Mass or Communion.
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Chalice

A strain of barley. It is famously used by the Bruichladdich distillery on Islay.
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Chalice

These are typically for Belgian abbey and trappist style beer. They can have a look of royalty about them. They can be more "V" shaped with either straight or an inward curving top, sometimes rimmed with a precious metal. The stem is thick and the length is usually rather short.
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Chalice

[record label] Chalice is a defunct Britain vanity record label created by Coil, exclusively for albums put out by the group. Its brother labels are Threshold House and Eskaton. According to the 2006 re-pressings of Musick to Play in the Dark Vol. 1 and 2, Chalice is stationed in Thailand as Peter Christopherson supervised the repressing in...
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Chalice

[pipe] A Chalice, also known as a Wisdom Chalice or Chillum Chalice, is a type of smoking pipe used most often by members of the Rastafari movement. It is a sort of water pipe with a hose, or drawtube, for inhaling. The water cools and filters the smoke and the hose provides additional airspace for cooling. A screen embedded in the crater p...
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Chalice

A Chalice (from Latin calix, mug, borrowed from Greek kalyx, shell, husk) is a goblet or footed cup intended to hold a drink. In general religious terms, it is intended for drinking during a ceremony. ==Religious use== ===Christian=== In Roman Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, Oriental Orthodoxy, Anglicanism, Lutheranism and some other Christian den...
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Chalice

Cup or bowl that the priest uses to consecrate and drink wine in the Eucharistic celebration
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chalice

a cup or bowl
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Chalice

These are typically for Belgian abbey and trappist style beer. They can have a look of royalty about them. They can be more V
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Chalice

(from Latin calix, mug, borrowed from Greek kalyx, shell, husk) is a goblet or footed cup intended to hold a drink. In general religious terms, it is intended for drinking during a religious ceremony. In the Catholic Church it is a standing cup used to hold sacramental wine during the Eucharist (also called the Lord’s Supper or Holy Communion). Ch...
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Chalice

the large cup used to hold the wine that becomes the Blood of Christ. It is made of durable material and comes in varies shapes and sizes.
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Chalice

The cup used to hold the wine that is consecrated to become the Blood of Christ.
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