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1. It is sacrilege to steal a crucifix from an altar.
2. It is a sacrilege to offend democracy.
3. It would be a sacrilege to put a neon sign on that beautiful old building.
4. It's sacrilege to even think of destroying that lovely building.
5. It would be sacrilege to alter the composer's original markings.
6. The cult of the Roman emperor was sacrilege to Jews and Christians.
7. The thieves, however(http://Sentencedict.com), were soon punished for the sacrilege.
8. For their sacrilege, they were dispersed with guns and teargas, and three campuses were closed.
9. Putting them to any secular use was considered sacrilege and was punishable by death.
10. This is not the sacrilege some have made it out to be.
11. It seemed a kind of sacrilege thus to arrange it and pull it about.
12. Which, at the risk of uttering sacrilege, may not be such a bad thing.
13. Sending a guest away with no food is sacrilege to my mother.
14. By doing so, she would risk committing a sacrilege.
15. Andariel must be made to pay for her sacrilege!
16. Putting water in brandy is sacrilege.
17. Morgan had committed a kind of sacrilege in dissolving all these hallowed dogmas into thin air.
18. Inaccurate representation of the holy is the greatest sacrilege against the holy.
19. The assumption would have been a sacrilege in the eyes of anyone in the Greek pantheistic tradition, or in any similar tradition in any of the ancient cultures.
20. Stealing from a place of worship was regarded as sacrilege.
21. She regarded the damage done to the painting as sacrilege.
22. Refusal in payment, forgery or any other misuse thereby became treason or sacrilege and attracted savage penalties.
23. But Cizek never on any account draws on a child's drawing; that would be a sacrilege.
24. Your colleague, it seems, must suffer the punishment set for sacrilege by the Askonian code.
25. After his lying here smelling this bad for three days filling up with crabs, any rites at all is sacrilege.
26. It is less easy to forgive the carriers of blaring transistor radios, a sacrilege in such surroundings.
27. McClure, a children's book editor and memoirist, churns her own butter, considers whether the TV show based on the books is tribute or sacrilege, and explores the reasons for her own devoted fandom.
28. My father considered the commercialization of Christmas to be a sacrilege.
29. Putting water in brandy is ( a great ) sacrilege.
30. Nowadays however, in the average suburban home, afternoon tea is likely to be just a biscuit or small cake and a mug oftea, usually produced using a teabag. Sacrilege!
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