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liturgy in Religion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliturgylit‧ur‧gy /ˈlɪtədʒi $ -ər-/ noun (plural liturgies)  1 [countable, uncountable]RR a way of praying in a religious service using a fixed order of words, prayers etc2 the Liturgy
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liturgyIntoning a liturgy, he tilted that silvered glass so that reflected light sprang at the skeleton, bathing it.One month later Snyder and a few supporters began standing throughout every liturgy as a form of protest.Its liturgy director rewrites prayers and Scripture readings to make the language more inclusive.People spoke with their neighbors in the church before the liturgies.The question of music in the liturgy was addressed.But his hopes of superseding the liturgy with any such matter were doomed to failure.Two follow-up meetings have been arranged for all young people interested in producing Mass tapes and the youth liturgy.