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The almoner also superintended the daily maundy, or washing the feet of the poor selected for that purpose.
On Maundy Thursday, to set forth the anointing, which is consecrated to the purification of the soul.
Young dandelion greens are eaten on Maundy Thursday in order to remain well throughout the year.
After this maundy they were fed and sent away with a small present of money.
The ceremony observed on the day was called holding or making the Maundy.
He distributes the sovereign's doles to the poor on Maundy Thursday.
Now, that night of Maundy Thursday the curé of Clisson was in his chamber and was about to go to bed.
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Thomas Maundy was the chief maker of maces during the Commonwealth.
Maundy, mawn′di, n. the religious ceremony of washing the feet of others, esp.
Nipter, nip′tėr, n. the ecclesiastical ceremony of washing the feet—the same as maundy.

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