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ordination
used in Anna Karenina

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Definition ceremony in which one is officially declared a minister, priest, rabbi, or other religious leader
  • I believe that it was ordained.
    Part Four (64% in)
  • When the deacon had finished the prayer for the Imperial family, the priest turned to the bridal pair with a book: "Eternal God, that joinest together in love them that were separate," he read in a gentle, piping voice: "who hast ordained the union of holy wedlock that cannot be set asunder, Thou who didst bless Isaac and Rebecca and their descendants, according to Thy Holy Covenant; bless Thy servants, Konstantin and Ekaterina, leading them in the path of all good works.
    Part Five (14% in)

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