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  • Staff (military) — Staff office redirects here. For the ceremonial weapon, see staff of office. Not to be confused with Staff Corps Officer. Warfare Military history Eras …   Wikipedia

  • Ceremonial mace — The ceremonial mace is a highly ornamented staff of metal or wood, carried before a sovereign or other high official in civic ceremonies by a mace bearer, intended to represent the official s authority. The mace, as used today, derives from the… …   Wikipedia

  • ceremonial object — ▪ religion Introduction  any object used in a ritual or a religious ceremony.       Throughout the history of religions and cultures, objects used in cults, rituals, and sacred ceremonies have almost always been of both utilitarian and symbolic… …   Universalium

  • Ceremonial first puck — The ceremonial first puck is a longstanding ritual of ice hockey in which a guest of honor drops a puck to mark the end of pregame festivities and the start of the game. Like baseball s ceremonial first pitch, this first puck does not actually… …   Wikipedia

  • Ceremonial weapon — United States Naval Academy Midshipmen practice carrying ceremonial swords …   Wikipedia

  • Staff (stick) — For other uses of the word staff, see staff. A staff is a large, thick stick or stick shaped object used to help with walking, as a status symbol, as a component of traditional barrel making, or as a weapon. The plural form of staff was… …   Wikipedia

  • staff — I. /staf / (say stahf) noun (plural staffs or, in certain contexts, staves /steɪvz / (say stayvz)) 1. a stick, pole, rod, or wand for aid in walking or climbing, for use as a weapon, etc. 2. a rod or wand serving as an ensign of office or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • Staff of office — A staff of office is a staff, the carrying of which often denotes an official s position, a social rank or a degree of social prestige.Church sidesmen or dodsmen bear sticks or rods or wands of office; bishops may wield their croziers or crooks;… …   Wikipedia

  • CEREMONIAL OBJECTS — Oil lamp, provenance unknown, 5th–6th century C.E. Bronze, 10.5 × 9.5 × 17.0 cm. 89.114/1. Schloessinger collection, Institute of Archaeology, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, exhibited at The Israel Museum, Jerusalem. Photo © The Israel Museum …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • CEREMONIAL OBJECTS — Ḥanukkah lamp made from stone, 6th century En Gedi. Photo: Z. Radovan, Jerusalem.   THE PRODUCTION OF CEREMONIAL OBJECTS WAS A MAJOR VENUE THROUGH WHICH JEWS EXPRESSED THEIR ARTISTIC ABILITIES, DESPITE THE PARTIAL PROHIBITION AGAINST SCULPTURE.… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Chief of Staff — A chief of staff is traditionally the coordinator of the supporting staff of an important individual, usually a high level politician, military leader or business executive. In some circumstances, the chief of staff may simply serve as the head… …   Wikipedia


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