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sacring “bell—The,” HENRY VIII., iii. 2. 295. “The little bell, which is rung to give notice of the Host approaching when it is carried in procession, as also in other offices of the Romish Church, is called the sacring or consecration bell; from the French word, sacrer” (THEOBALD) .

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