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Those who want to demolish monuments of Confederate figures argue that these statues have become objects of veneration for white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
The start and end of the protest mark days of Catholic veneration.
He isn't surprised by the violence, the racial tensions, the veneration of Confederate monuments or the rhetoric coming from America's highest office.
The Confederate monuments erected across the country represent a similar rejection of American democracy and pluralism, as my colleague Yoni Appelbaum has noted, making them sites of veneration for white nationalists from coast to coast.
In 1968, archaeologists discovered evidence beneath the Byzantine church for a Roman-era home that had already evolved into a communal center of veneration by the end of the first century.
Thus, Bannon’s veneration of the good ol’ days of antiquity is hardly unique.
From an object of veneration in some ancient Egyptian temples—and even the namesake of an entire city, Crocodilopolis—the species was extinct along the lower Nile by the 1950s as people encroached on its habitat.
But for now, Romney appears willing to revel solely in the veneration from his network, even if not from Trump's.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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