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the communicants were aghast at the desecration of the altar
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The students at the vanguard of Saturday’s March for Our Lives — arms locked tightly, voices raised in fiery defiance — could plant a glimmer of hope even in a heart utterly broken by the desecrations of the last year or so.
The indigenous groups of the region also organized to address the desecration of native burial sites.
Where some see progress, others see desecration and impending doom.
Pete Marker, 66, pleaded guilty Thursday to felony desecration of a human body and was sentenced to two years' probation.
This, and the fact that he was dressed as a girl, would be of no interest to anyone outside the city’s grimy underworld, except for the killer’s unusually brutal desecration of the corpse.
Cabernets, merlots and syrahs have all these blendings going on, and that’s a good thing, but to blend pinot noir would be a desecration.
Hanukkah, also known as the Jewish Festival of Lights, is an eight-night celebration which commemorates the re-dedication of the Temple in Jerusalem in the second century BC after its desecration by a pagan ruler.
But the desecration of Sava’s body wasn’t to be the final tumultuous moment in his story.
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