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Aramaic: a Semitic language used since ancient times in areas of the Middle East
beadle: a low-ranking church official who assists with church functions
chrism: specially consecrated oil used for baptisms and other rites in Greek and Latin churches
gaol: an alternate spelling of jail used chiefly in British contexts
Pharisee: a person belonging to a strict Jewish sect in ancient times
Philistinism: a philosophical position ignoring or rejecting intellectual and artistic values in favor of material or crude pleasures
pillory: a device used for public punishment or shame, made of a wooden frame with holes for locking the head and hands in place
publican: a Jewish tax collector in the ancient Roman empire
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