Definition Of paternoster

noun

(in the Roman Catholic Church) the Lord's Prayer, especially in Latin.

Finish with a colloquy to Christ our Lord, and finally a paternoster .

an elevator consisting of a series of linked doorless compartments moving continuously on an endless belt.

As for rigs, I recommend not having the lead directly on the line, helicopter and in-line styles are a no-no; use a short link ledger or paternoster .

Example Of paternoster

  • As for rigs, I recommend not having the lead directly on the line, helicopter and in-line styles are a no-no; use a short link ledger or paternoster .

  • Finish with a colloquy to Christ our Lord, and finally a paternoster .

  • I had a contemplation of the sufferings of Christ, and I besought him to let me feel his sorrows with him, and prayed five paternosters in adoration of the five sacred wounds.

  • It was not suggested by the appellants, either in evidence or by submission, that there was any second-hand source of paternoster machines.

  • My paternoster is a combination of real paternosters in several universal languages from the last three or four centuries, including Esperanto, plus, if I remember correctly, a piece from Gulliver's Travels.


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