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Rites and Ceremonies

Rites and ceremonies Scope Note Narrower Term: Adiaphora Narrower Term: Birth customs Narrower Term: Buddhism Customs and practices Narrower Term: Canonization Narrower Term: Ceremonial exchange Narrower Term: Ceremonial objects Narrower Term: Church dedication Narrower Term: Cornerstone laying Narrower Term: Coronations Narrower Term: Enthronement of the Gospels Narrower Term: Evocation Narrower Term: Exorcism Narrower Term: Fasts and feasts Narrower Term: Fetishism Narrower Term: Foot washing (Rite) Narrower Term: Foundation sacrifices Narrower Term: Funeral rites and ceremonies Narrower Term: Imposition of hands Narrower Term: Incantations Narrower Term: Initiation rites Narrower Term: Initiations (into trades, societies, etc.) Narrower Term: Last meal before execution See Also: Manners and customs Narrower Term: Marriage customs and rites Narrower Term: Memorial rites and ceremonies Narrower Term: Mourning customs See Also: Mysteries, Religious Narrower Term: Ordination Narrower Term: Orientation (Religion) Narrower Term: Processions Narrower Term: Processions, Religious Narrower Term: Puberty rites Narrower Term: Purity, Ritual See Also: Ritual Narrower Term: Sacramentals Narrower Term: Sacraments Narrower Term: Scapegoat Narrower Term: Secret societies Narrower Term: Tonsure Narrower Term: Vedas Rites and ceremonies Narrower Term: Vigils (Liturgy) Narrower Term: Political customs and rites Narrower Term: Liminality Narrower Term: Gathering rites Narrower Term: Adoption rites Narrower Term: Naming ceremonies
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