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1 They anointed the new priest with oil.
2 He anointed the new high priest.
3 The priest anointed the baby's forehead.
4 He was anointed with sacred oil.
5 The Pope has anointed him as Archbishop.
6 The high priest anointed him king.
7 The priest anointed the new king with oil.
8 The populist party anointed him as its candidate.
9 The sick were anointed with oil.
10 The bishop anointed David King.
11 He anointed my forehead.
12 They anointed him King.
13 What it was like was being anointed by some slave girl.
14 The vintage wine had anointed his tongue with new and seductive language.
15 Presently, relaxed and generously anointed with body-lotion, she wrapped herself in a fluffy towelling robe and went back downstairs.
16 This she anointed with deadly drugs and placing it in a casket she sent her sons with it to the new bride.
17 On his accession he was crowned and anointed by ecclesiastics.
18 He anointed the sunburned places with cold cream.
19 The archbishop anointed the new king.
20 He anointed sunburned place with cold cream.
21 The priest anointed her with oil.
22 He anointed sunburned places with cold cream.
23 She anointed herself with suntan lotion.
24 He was anointed princeps ; the Roman empire is said to begin with his accession.
25 He is traditionally associated, very closely, with the Messiah, the anointed one,[www.Sentencedict.com] the rightful king.
26 Viktor stood while he blessed the dying man and anointed him.
27 She looked a little like a child who has been anointed by the wing of a magical bird.
28 David had done absolutely nothing to earn his spurs when Samuel anointed him.
29 Yea, I loved you all, the giant and the pygmy, the leper and the anointed.
30 His message about moderation and the middle class captured the attention of the press, which anointed him front-runner.
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