Couples wanting a Christian wedding are married in a church of the denomination of their choice and the minister or priest of that church takes the service.
If 2 or more players play discards to a trick that are the same denomination , suits come into play.
The Pixies' originals are masterpieces, but the second disc seems to indicate that they are fragile in that denomination .
I had previously contemplated doing something evil by paying him in $0.05 pieces, but this was cut short when I only had $7 in that particular denomination .
Churches have dropped their denominational affiliation as part of their name and have actually given themselves a name which doesn't denote which denomination they're with.
To play to a trick a player must play the same number of a lower denomination than the current lowest.
As different coloured cards have different powers, Barry and Vice Barry can choose which colour they receive from Les and Vice Les, but only if the Les's have multiple cards of the same denomination .
Gold and silver vessels served in effect as large denomination banknotes, and weighed round figures in terms of the prevailing currency standards.
By law, currency issued by the government, in any form and denomination is the acceptable medium for commercial transaction unless otherwise stated.
But sociologists say it is a growing practice, a reflection of how Americans today are less attached to a historical, family denomination .