Examples of the the word, lay , in a Sentence Context

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  1. The ability to live their entire lives on land, having to return to water to, lay ,their shell-less eggs. In the Carboniferous Period, the amphibians moved up in
  2. Readers (also known as readers),churchwardens, vergers and sextons. Other, lay ,positions include acolytes (male or female, often children), lay Eucharistic
  3. All Souls' Days during the year. Most of these fall on Saturday, since Jesus, lay ,in the Tomb on Holy Saturday. These are referred to as Soul Saturdays. They
  4. A contemporary emergency—the revenues of the community were handed over to a, lay ,lord, in return for his protection, early suggested to the emperors and kings
  5. To arid and semi-arid environments, but most of them still need water to, lay ,their eggs. Symbiosis with single celled algae that lives in the jelly-like
  6. Collegiate churches and royal chapels maintained paid establishments of, lay ,singing men and choristers in the late 16th century. All save four of these
  7. Stately flight of steps bearing a large stone cross. To the south of the church, lay ,the cloister-court, of immense size, placed much farther to the west than is
  8. Differed in form and degree. Sometimes the monks were directly subject to the, lay ,abbot; sometimes he appointed a substitute to perform the spiritual functions
  9. Of my death. It is well known that the book Oupnekhat (Upanishads) always, lay ,open on his table, and he invariably studied it before sleeping at night. He
  10. Deer as a companion but Caparisons accidentally killed it with a javelin as it, lay ,asleep in the undergrowth. Caparisons asked Apollo to let his tears fall
  11. Were not merely a question of over lordship, but implied the concentration in, lay ,hands of all the rights, immunities and jurisdiction of the foundations, i. e.
  12. Special religious character, and become great lords, chiefly distinguished from, lay ,lords by celibacy. Thus, we hear of abbots going out to hunt, with their men
  13. And transforms her into a spider. The fable suggests that the origin of weaving, lay ,in imitation of spiders and that it was considered to have been perfected first
  14. Century, as may be gathered from the acts of the council of Clove shoe. These, lay ,agencies were not merely a question of over lordship, but implied the
  15. By the Senate. This allowed him to convene the Senate and people at will and, lay ,business before it, veto the actions of either the Assembly or the Senate
  16. A formal public ministry, often on a full-time and life-long basis – such as, lay ,readers (also known as readers),churchwardens, vergers and sextons. Other
  17. Many English cathedrals and monasteries had established small choirs of trained, lay ,clerks and boy choristers to perform polyphonic settings of the Mass in their
  18. Who finished the San Sebastián Line. Deign Haggard plans to hire him to, lay ,the new Rear den Metal track for the Rio North Line, but before she does so, he
  19. Children), lay Eucharistic ministers (also known as chalice bearers) and, lay ,Eucharistic visitors (who deliver consecrated bread and wine to" shut-ins "
  20. The cause of death was cyanide poisoning. When his body was discovered an apple, lay ,half-eaten beside his bed, and although the apple was not tested for cyanide
  21. In a search for enlightenment ", famously taking 100 micrograms of LSD as he, lay ,dying. His psychedelic drug experiences are described in the essays The Doors
  22. He also wanted to relate to and connect with the concerns of the plebs and, lay ,people. He achieved this through various means of generosity and a cutting back
  23. The possibility of falling from grace. The crux of Remonstrant Arminianism, lay ,in the assertion that human dignity requires unimpaired freedom of the will.
  24. Tournament in Munich. Although Christopher renounced his claim for revenge, he, lay , in wait for Nicholas in Riesling. When the latter arrived, he was killed by
  25. In many cities, especially in England, Anglican and Roman Catholic priests and, lay ,people often meet several times a week to pray the office in common. A small
  26. Snakes),and in total they number approximately 6,500 species. Many amphibians, lay ,their eggs in water. Amphibians are superficially similar to reptiles, but
  27. Was sworn in as President at 10:00 am the day after the assassination. Lincoln, lay ,in state in the East Room, and then in the Capitol Rotunda from April 19 –
  28. The Russo Republic, which exists only for 10 days before Ottoman Turks, lay ,waste to the town. *1907 – Judge Kennesaw Mountain Lands fines Standard Oil of
  29. Of men. " His horsemen galloped in circles around the silken tent where Attila, lay ,in state, singing in his dirge, according to Cassiodorus and Jordanes:" Who
  30. It put paid to his idea of taking up medicine as a career ... His uniqueness, lay ,in his universalism. He was able to take all knowledge for his province.
  31. Head of the community retaining that of dean. The connection of the lesser, lay ,abbots with the abbeys, especially in the south of France, lasted longer; and
  32. Power. " Yisrael Gutman characterizes political antisemitism as tending to ", lay ,responsibility on the Jews for defeats and political economic crises" while
  33. Chapter-house opens out of the same alley of the cloister. The small cloister, lay ,to the south-east of the larger cloister, and still farther to the east we have
  34. Chartres and Salyut Karma of the International Water Management Institute, lay ,down a six-point plan of action for addressing the global challenge of
  35. From equals, an equal amount results. At the foundation of the various sciences, lay ,certain additional hypotheses which were accepted without proof. Such a
  36. Reform of the 11th century had put an end to the direct jurisdiction of the, lay ,abbots, the honorary title of abbot continued to be held by certain of the
  37. Other lay positions include acolytes (male or female, often children), lay , eucharistic ministers (also known as chalice bearers) and lay Eucharistic
  38. Referring to drift weed in South Wales: This kind of ore they often gather and, lay ,on great heaps, where it health and rotten, and will have a strong and
  39. Cartoony, combined with the humor and pathos of Lee's writing to, lay ,the foundation for what became an enduring mythos. Most of Spider-Man's key
  40. Of Doubleday and a member of the honor guard for Doubleday's body as it, lay ,in state in New York City, never recalled hearing Doubleday describe his role
  41. Fertilizers damages the long-term fertility of the soil. While this feeling, lay ,dormant for decades, as environmental awareness has increased in the 21st
  42. Partnership Action Plan (IPA) and its Partnership for Peace (PFP) linkages, lay ,out the program of cooperation between Azerbaijan and NATO. The Azerbaijani
  43. Be the celebrant at the Eucharist, though Sydney Anglicans may soon authorize, lay ,people to celebrate the Eucharist (or Lord's Supper). Divine office All
  44. Starry sky, Dig the grave and let me lie. Glad did I live and gladly die And I, lay ,me down with a will. Upon the conclusion of Bell's funeral," every phone on
  45. Grandeur of Alp Asian, behold! He is under the black soil now ...” As he, lay ,dying, Alp Asian whispered to his son that his vanity had killed him. " Alas
  46. Of her birth comes in several versions. In the one most commonly cited, Zeus, lay , with Métis, the goddess of crafty thought and wisdom, but he immediately feared
  47. The Empire with men and treasure. State organization Alp Arslan's strength, lay ,in the military realm. Domestic affairs were handled by his able vizier, Nizam
  48. Giraldo Cambrensis reported (Itinerary, ii. iv) the common customs of, lay ,abbots in the late 12th-century Church of Wales::" for a bad custom has
  49. i.e. the more or less complete secularization of spiritual institutions. The, lay ,abbot took his recognized rank in the feudal hierarchy, and was free to dispose
  50. The ecclesiastical leadership exercised by abbots despite their frequent, lay ,status is proved by their attendance and votes at ecclesiastical councils. Thus

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