What Lincoln actually said at Gettysburg was: ‘We cannot dedicate - we cannot consecrate - we cannot hallow this ground.’
The two vessels closest to the observer's eye further hallow this sanctum.
Our Father, who art in Heaven, hallowed be Thy name…
On a cold, damp winter day in central Maryland, U.S., a beautiful wooded hillside was transformed into a sacred grove, hallowed ground.
In teams managed and captained by former club legends, they play on the hallowed turf wearing the famous jersey.
Cut out very clearly you can read it. ‘Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name’, goodness.
Each co-op student has a hallowed and sacrosanct duty, which was enshrined, by the Freemasons, at the founding of co-op in 14th century Damascus.
Both girls were picked on the strength of some great display for their school and they had a super day at headquarters and join a select group of Charlestown players to play on the hallowed turf of Croke Park.
The pair stepped on to the hallowed turf where they made their names to conduct a half-time prize-draw.
It is no offence to the most hallowed traditions of our criminal law to prohibit a defendant from raising irrelevant material, whether he seeks to do so by evidence of fact or argument of law.