Noun(1) assistance in time of difficulty
(1) It was altogether fitting that the ministration of the sacraments be given, not to the angels, but to men.(2) This virtual wish to be and to remain partners in marriage, which is not annulled by the reception of baptism, is an entity in the parties in which may be found the ministration of the sacrament.(3) the celebration and ministration of the sacraments(4) You said the word ├ö├ç├┐fear├ö├ç├û, does that go past the ministrations of your mother?(5) The ministrations of his keepers have worked wonders for Simba, who now is able to walk about in his enclosure for any amount of time.(6) He had merely stated the condition in which the ministrants then were, and in which they should remain.(7) Another way is to say that while within the tender ministrations of Iranian authorities, she was beaten into a coma with a shoe and then left for three days before being taken her to a ├ö├ç├┐hospital├ö├ç├û, where she died.(8) He is very good at it and doesn't need the ministrations of censors, interrupters, and editors who thoughtfully cut out important parts of his statements or replies.(9) I see it all now, now that she has been caressed and cajoled into life, brought out of herself by a the tender ministrations of someone who understands her needs.(10) Unwilling to wait and see a GP, they and their minor affliction head for Aberdeen Royal and the soothing ministrations of Ferguson.(11) Thanks to Patrick and Madeleine Rigard, who have owned the chateau for the last nine years, their young and attentive staff, and the spoiling ministrations of their chef de cuisine, Alain Gouraud, Chaumontel fairly bustles with life.(12) From Poor Richard to Dale Carnegie to Tony Robbins, we love the idea that we can fix what's broken by ourselves, without the expensive ministrations of doctor or shrink.(13) He had bravely hobbled home, unaided, ignored, to seek out the ministrations of wife and daughter.(14) She is a cuddly sort of cat, and has been raised under the tender ministrations of three kids.(15) This vision set in motion a train of visitations by angelic ministrants directing the young prophet in the process of restoring the gospel of Jesus Christ.(16) The ministrant of this sacrament is the priest, for baptism belongs to his office.
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