crucifix

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In a little time, there was a crucifix on every dusky bosom.

I kissed her hands, which were holding the crucifix, and they had already turned cold.

He looks upon the crucifix awhile and presses it to his lips.

What is the crucifix but that most awful of all things—the Grief of God made Visible?

"Nothing but death," said Paul, and lifting the crucifix he carried it to his lips.

Then she rolled aside, and the crucifix fell on to the floor.

The Pope lifted the crucifix to his lips, and added, "And the man?"

It was here that the scene of the miracle of the crucifix is laid.

The shower had ceased and a ray of watery sunlight glistened on the crucifix.

I waited for him to pull out a crucifix and sentence me to the stake there and then.