1 For here will I place thine oracles and the secrets of destiny uttered to my people, and consecrate chosen men, O gracious one.
2 Hidden in a shady tree is a bough with leafage and pliant shoot all of gold, consecrate to nether Juno, wrapped in the depth of woodland and shut in by dim dusky vales.
3 There are twain gates of War, so runs their name, consecrate in grim Mars' sanctity and terror.
4 To you and to my father Latinus I Turnus, unexcelled in bravery by any of old, consecrate my life.
5 Chase away your idle fears; to you alone do I consecrate my life and my endeavours for contentment.
Frankenstein By Mary Wollstonecraft (Godwin) ShelleyGet Context In Chapter 22
6 Now this is the moment to consecrate your existence to the King of kings," said d'Artagnan, "if you persist in offering him a civility.
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7 We offer bubbling bowls of warm milk and cups of consecrated blood, and lay the spirit to rest in her tomb, and with loud voice utter the last call.
8 Whence also hoofed horses are kept away from Trivia's temple and consecrated groves, because, affrighted at the portents of the sea, they overset the chariot and flung him out upon the shore.
9 Rumour is that the old Pelasgians, who once long ago held the Latin borders, consecrated the grove and its festal day to Silvanus, god of the tilth and flock.
10 Next he strikes Lichas, cut from his mother already dead, and consecrated, Phoebus, to thee, since his infancy was granted escape from the perilous steel.
11 Then they duly slay the consecrated beasts over the flames, and tear out their live entrails, and pile the altars with laden chargers.
12 They found the object beneath a triple linen cloth, like some consecrated paten.
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13 It seemed as though there were no "consecrated things" for those young men.
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14 Man, nevertheless, spread his snares, consecrated by intelligence, and finally conquered these monsters.
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15 Then was he anointed and consecrated, and thus was fulfilled what he had heard from the frogs on his way, which had so affected him, that he was to be his Holiness the Pope.
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