01. Many of these [rituals] were practiced by the people long before Christianity came to the region.02. The festival ends with the [ritual] killing of a goat in many households.03. In the time of the Aztecs, priests performed a [ritual] in which the heart was cut out of a living sacrifice.04. The statue is [ritually] bathed by worshippers in order to purify it.05. Going out for drinks with the boss is a nightly [ritual] for many Japanese businessmen.06. Bibiane isn't really religious, but she loves the [ritual] of the Catholic mass.07. Raised a Jew, Elijah was nonetheless attracted by the [ritualistic] practices of mystical Buddhism.08. My Korean student gave a presentation on the [ritualized] marriage customs of a traditional wedding ceremony in her country.09. Someone once said that the [ritual] of marriage is not simply a social event; it is a crossing of threads in the fabric of fate.10. The meanings of unique symbols, [rituals], and institutions can be difficult to explain to different cultures.11. Knives made by the ancient Mayas are considered the sharpest knives ever to exist, and were used in their sacrificial [rituals].12. Her morning coffee has become a daily [ritual] that she can't live without.13. The sauna is very much a way of life in Finland, and is a part of the weekly [ritual] of all people.14. Green tea is an essential part of the daily [ritual] in China.15. Religious [rites] develop as rules of conduct prescribing how people are expected to act in the presence of the sacred.16. The seventh month of pregnancy is celebrated in Indonesia with a [ritual] bath for the mother-to-be.17. Every time my dog meets another dog, he just has to go through this whole bum-sniffing [ritual] before we can continue our walk.18. In November of 1970, Japanese writer Yukio Mishima committed public [ritual] suicide in protest against the westernization of Japan, and the weakness of its post-World War Two Constitution.19. The Aztec people of Mexico practiced the [ritual] killing of thousands of people as sacrifices to their gods.20. Confucianism teaches that correct [ritual] is all important, and every aspect of life is subject to clear rules of behavior.21. In Tibetan Buddhism, many [ritual] instruments are made of human bone.22. So-called magic mushrooms have been used for centuries, primarily in the context of religious [rituals] and ceremonies.23. The [ritual] of Catholic mass commemorates the Last Supper of Jesus Christ.
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