Noun(1) a prayer asking God's help as part of a religious service(2) an incantation used in conjuring or summoning a devil(3) calling up a spirit or devil(4) the act of appealing for help
(1) Be met not with a Te Deum or an awe-inspiring invocation , but with a chatty ├ö├ç├┐Hi-ya, seekers, let's have a friendly time today.├ö├ç├û(2) There is also the habitual invocation by Chomsky of the precedent of Nazi Germany when discussing Western liberal democracies.(3) the invocation of new disciplines and methodologies(4) His rather bizarre invocation of the 1998 Waterfront dispute as an example of ├ö├ç├┐courage├ö├ç├û in his policy speech can only be justified by this idÔö£┬«e fixe.(5) I have to tolerate mandatory formations being opened with an invocation by the chaplain.(6) The priestess resumed the invocation with nary a whit of acknowledgment.(7) The most recent invocation came during a press conference this week in which the CPC Central Committee's Organization Department deputy head Li Jingtian fielded questions from the press.(8) The fax of the letter that I received, unlike the version published in the Arabic newspapers has ├ö├ç├┐from├ö├ç├û after the invocation of God, and three ellipses showing that the name has been deleted.(9) This affinity almost declares itself when he quotes Orwell endorsing Milton's invocation of ├ö├ç├┐the known rules of ancient liberty├ö├ç├û.(10) ├ö├ç├┐Purge the evil,├ö├ç├û some chanted in Chinese, a common Falun Gong invocation .(11) By combining Horatian meter with a simple but passionate invocation of the Christian God, Johnson moves from the world of classical Latin to the prayers and hymns of the early Church Fathers.(12) The cycle of weekly liturgies, the daily routine of morning prayer and evening song, and the unceasing invocation of the name of Jesus were intimately connected and interactively life-giving as blood cells in a body.(13) I know you can attempt an experimental structure for a poem, even try a mindmap I suppose, but the best invocation of a thought is still transferred from human to human by words and nicely structured words are best.(14) The local minister who delivered the invocation declared, ├ö├ç├┐Thank you, God, for a president who protects our liberty while others cower behind diplomacy.├ö├ç├û(15) I fear that the shameless invocation of democratic imagery to shroud fundamentally anti-democratic action is gradually seeping in and taking hold of Australia Felix.(16) These should include the Lord's Prayer, a confession and absolution, a short reading from the Gospels with a request to our Lord for his help, and an invocation of the Holy Spirit.
(1) invocation :: invocation
1. conjury ::
2. conjuration ::
Different Formsinvocation, invocations
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