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  • Acolyte - Wikipedia

    An acolyte is an assistant or follower assisting the celebrant in a religious service or procession. In many Christian denominations, an acolyte is anyone who ...

  • Acolyte | Definition of Acolyte by Merriam-Webster

    a popular professor dining with a few of her acolytes. a highly influential economist whose acolytes can be found at many major universities

  • Acolyte - definition of acolyte by The Free Dictionary

    Define acolyte. acolyte ... light for some, lead for most,--the priest looked about him in vain for the acolytes whose place it was to perform that joyous ...

  • Acolytes - definition of Acolytes by The Free Dictionary

    ac·o·lyte (ăk′ə-līt′) n. 1. A person who assists the celebrant in the performance of liturgical rites. 2. A devoted follower or attendant. [Middle English ...

  • Acolytes (film) - Wikipedia

    Acolytes is a 2008 Australian horror thriller film about three teenagers and their sudden involvement with murder and violence over the course of a dangerous week.

  • Acolyte | WARFRAME Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    The Acolytes are mysterious, sinister warriors first introduced in the Operation: Shadow Debt event, and making sporadic reappearances after that. Twisted like the ...

  • Acolytes (2008) - IMDb

    Directed by Jon Hewitt. With Joel Edgerton, Michael Dorman, Sebastian Gregory, Hanna Mangan Lawrence. Three teenagers blackmail a serial killer.

  • AcolytesRealm 2.4.3

    Acolytes Gaming is a fun game server based on the very popular game, created by Blizzard: World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade version 2.4.3, 2.4 3 server

  • Acolytes | Members, Villains, Powers, & More | Marvel

    The official Marvel page for Acolytes! Learn all there is to know about Acolytes, including history, powers, allies, enemies, strengths, & weaknesses!

  • acolyte | Definition of acolyte in English by Oxford ...

    ‘They were mostly acolytes, one or two black-robed priests among them.’ ‘There were scores of acolytes and priests, preparing to begin the ritual.’

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