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1. The investiture of the new president will take place this evening.
2. If the main business was investiture and homage, a subsidiary theme was the primacy.
3. It said nothing about investiture or homage: these were matters for the pope.
4. Lay investiture was symbolically objectionable as representing the quasi-sacerdotal position which had long been claimed by kings and emperors.
5. Investiture is distinct from homage.
6. He was accompanied to the investiture by his pop star wife Victoria and his grandparents.
7. During the ceremony of investiture he shocked his relatives by accepting a meal cooked by his nurse, a sudra woman.
8. The investiture of Charles as Prince of Wales took place in the castle here.
9. The first Investiture of the Queen's reign took place at Buckingham Palace on 27 th February 1952.
10. This investiture of the grotesqueimpossible with reality, he looked upon as a trick - a trick at best.
11. But my greatest thrill of all came in 1987 with the MBE investiture for services to broadcasting journalism.
12. It had no fiefs to be the subject of investiture, no peasant tenure, no peasant serfs.
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13. For the Concordat, in theory at least, brought to a close the Investiture Contest of the twelfth century.
14. Had he not himself acted thus after hearing the papal decree against lay investiture and clerical homage?
15. The pope seems to have confined himself to insisting on the prohibition of lay investiture.
16. He had become involved in what is known as the Investiture Dispute, a fierce Church-State Kulturkampf, revolving round the appointment of bishops.
17. He had become involved in what is known as the Investiture Dispute, a fierce Church-State Kulturkampf, revolving around the appointments of bishops.
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