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patines THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, v. 1. 59. “A Patine is [properly] the small flat dish or plate [for holding the bread] used with the chalice, in the administration of the eucharist. In the time of propery, and probably in the following age, it was commonly made of gold” (MALONE) .

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