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use "invocation" in a sentence

The invocation starts with a mantra, sacred utterance, saying that the Imperishable is linked to the Perishable and that the Self is released from all evil as it knows god.

There were some technical issues with TNT's final Sprint Cup race of the season at Chicagoland when the picture and
dignity of all persons shall be inviolable.

Belgium Article 88 of the Constitution of Belgium states: The King's person is inviolable ; his ministers are accountable.

They observe the divine precept with respect to the number of the sacred months, but in fact they profane that which God has declared to be inviolable, and sanctify that which God has declared to be profane.

With intimidated juries, as with much else, we hear the cry that jury trial is an ancient, inviolable right.

Al-Nadhari also criticized ISIS for "going too far in interpretations in terms of spilling inviolable blood under the excuse of expanding and spreading the power of the Islamic State."

During that ceremony, he also made a point to stress that the Polish-German border was inviolable.

Making sure Israel is safe is a sacred, bipartisan, inviolable cornerstone of American foreign policy.

She defended borders in Europe as "inviolable."

The party had submitted a complaint to the Supreme Court arguing that the current term limit of two terms was inviolable.

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