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paternoster

  

      n  
1      (R.C. Church)   the beads at the ends of each decade of the rosary marking the points at which the Paternoster is recited  
2    any fixed form of words used as a prayer or charm  
3      (Also called)    paternoster line   a type of fishing tackle in which short lines and hooks are attached at intervals to the main line  
4    a type of lift in which platforms are attached to continuous chains. The lift does not stop at each floor but passengers enter while it is moving  
     (Latin, literally: our father (from the opening of the Lord's Prayer))  


Paternoster  
      n   sometimes not cap     (R.C. Church)  
1    the Lord's Prayer, esp. in Latin  
2    the recital of this as an act of devotion  
     (see paternoster)  
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Paternoster  
      n   sometimes not cap     (R.C. Church)  
1    the Lord's Prayer, esp. in Latin  
2    the recital of this as an act of devotion  
     (see paternoster)  


paternoster  
      n  
1      (R.C. Church)   the beads at the ends of each decade of the rosary marking the points at which the Paternoster is recited  
2    any fixed form of words used as a prayer or charm  
3      (Also called)    paternoster line   a type of fishing tackle in which short lines and hooks are attached at intervals to the main line  
4    a type of lift in which platforms are attached to continuous chains. The lift does not stop at each floor but passengers enter while it is moving  
     (Latin, literally: our father (from the opening of the Lord's Prayer))  

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Lord's Prayer  
      n   the. the prayer taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples, as in Matthew 6:9--13, Luke 11:2--4,   (Also called)    Our Father     (esp. Latin version)   Paternoster         


paternoster  
      n  
1      (R.C. Church)   the beads at the ends of each decade of the rosary marking the points at which the Paternoster is recited  
2    any fixed form of words used as a prayer or charm  
3      (Also called)    paternoster line   a type of fishing tackle in which short lines and hooks are attached at intervals to the main line  
4    a type of lift in which platforms are attached to continuous chains. The lift does not stop at each floor but passengers enter while it is moving  
     (Latin, literally: our father (from the opening of the Lord's Prayer))  
Paternoster         
      n   sometimes not cap     (R.C. Church)  
1    the Lord's Prayer, esp. in Latin  
2    the recital of this as an act of devotion  
     (see paternoster)  

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