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Nor indeed does one much want Papist Bishops, wherever they get their pallium; of them as well keep to windward!
The King now supposed that Anselm would receive the pallium at his royal hands, which the prelate warily refused to accept.
This favor, being bought by potent arguments, was granted unwisely, and the pallium was sent to William with the greatest secrecy.
When a male dons the pallium in worship, he becomes the representative of the trinity in the unity, the arba, or mystic four.
Figure 170 is a copy of an ancient pallium, worn by papal ecclesiastics three or four centuries ago.
Mills, in speaking of this interview, does not distinguish between the coat-of-arms and the mantle or pallium.
Then their wool is cut off and woven by the nuns into the archbishop's cloak, or pallium (see l. 70).
Stragulum, strag′ū-lum, n. the mantle or pallium in ornithology.
Fibul sunt quibus pectus foeminarum ornatur, vel pallium tenetur: viris in humeris, seu cingulum in lumbris.
The bishops of Ardagh and Cloyne were appointed on the 29th August, 1347, to give him the pallium.

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