[hohl-yohk, hoh-lee-ohk] /ˈhoʊl yoʊk, ˈhoʊ liˌoʊk/
Sir Keith Jacka
[jak-uh] /ˈdʒæk ə/ (Show IPA), 1904–83, New Zealand political leader: prime minister 1957, 1960–72; governor general 1977–80.
Sir Keith Jacka (ˈdʒækə). 1904–83, New Zealand politician; prime minister (1957; 1960–72); governor general (1977–80)
noun, Roman Catholic Church. 1. a congregation founded in 1542 to succeed the suppressed Inquisition and entrusted with matters pertaining to faith and morals, as the judgment of heresy, the application of canonical punishment, and the examination of books and prohibition of those held dangerous to faith and morals. noun 1. (RC Church) a congregation […]
noun 1. a place of special sacredness. 2. the innermost chamber of the Biblical tabernacle and the Temple in Jerusalem, in which the ark of the covenant was kept. 3. Eastern Church. the bema. noun 1. any place of special sanctity 2. (capitals) the innermost compartment of the Jewish tabernacle, and later of the Temple, […]
noun 1. consecrated oil; chrism. 2. (especially in the Eastern Church) oil that has been in contact with a sacred object, as a relic, and is used in certain rites.
[hohl-yohk, hoh-lee-ohk] /ˈhoʊl yoʊk, ˈhoʊ liˌoʊk/ noun 1. a city in S Massachusetts, on the Connecticut River.