In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- More than 750 boxes were shipped to the Grand Orient of France, the Paris-based headquarters of the French freemasonry, earlier this year.
- For the audience, it was an occasion to discover freemasonry.
- Attracted by the ideals and the comradeship of freemasonry, he joined a Viennese lodge in 1784 and remained a member for the rest of his life.
- While copying guild models, friendly societies also adopted elements of the secret freemasonry movement, specifically rites, rituals and codes of conduct.
- To his Russian Orthodoxy he added freemasonry, spiritualism, and a huge dose of the Yoga, Hinduism and Buddhism that were a legacy of the many years he lived in the Himalayas.
- They will not be able to tell you how freemasonry began, however.
- His interests in magic, freemasonry, the military, and mnemonics continued.
- There are also reference works, novels of different kinds, books of poetry, and volumes on special topics such as horses, ships, wine, gardening, freemasonry, knots, and entertainment.
- He was also extremely suspicious of the influence of freemasonry in the police force.
- No one knows just how old freemasonry is because the actual origins have been lost in time.
- The rituals associated with freemasonry are available to any user of quality public libraries or the readers of the Old and New Testaments.
- In engineering and freemasonry, this is known as the Golden Ratio.
- In 1821 some grouped themselves in the charbonnerie, an offshoot of the Italian carbonari, a secret society which revered the principles of 1789 and adopted the symbols and ideas of radical freemasonry.
- There are 33 degrees of initiation in freemasonry, the 33rd degree being the highest.
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- It's the freemasonry of food, a wilfully complicated Sealed Knot ballet of side plates, fish forks and devices to remove antennae from langoustine.
- Entrance to Oxbridge is always on merit, not the result of the undeclared freemasonry that just happens to prefer confidence and good diction in an interview to a clutch of Highers or A-levels.
- But what can we learn from our fellow members of the international freemasonry of feeling rubbish?
- He nonetheless manages to touch in a few reference points and landmark experiences: broken home, petty crime, trauma in Vietnam and prison, mental illness, and induction into the weird, anonymous freemasonry of map-trading.
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