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liturgical in Religion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliturgicalli‧tur‧gi‧cal /lɪˈtɜːdʒɪkəl $ -ɜːr-/ adjective [only before noun]  RRRELIGIONrelating to church services and ceremoniesliturgically /-kli/ adverb
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liturgicalThe chapel had important liturgical and ceremonial duties to perform.Some cathedral organists have developed considerable liturgical flair and some have a good grasp of theology.In fact, other interpretations also seem possible, and we can find them if we look through our liturgical histories.The earliest form of Indic was Vedic Sanskrit which, like Avestan, was an ancient liturgical language.All who have that responsibility need to be aware of their own musical and liturgical preferences.On those occasions the CHAzn presents a veritable concert of liturgical selections, often with a choir to assist him.Paul who were supposedly too earthly in their pastoral concerns and too lenient in enforcing doctrine and liturgical standards.Larry Madden, founder of a liturgical think tank.