Over the left arm the priest carries a maniple which is something like a stole.
The chasuble, maniple, and stole were all of the same material and colour.
Amongst these we notice his stole and maniple and pectoral cross.
Among these are “one stole, with a maniple; one girdle, and two bracelets of gold.”
Then am I to understand, Mr. maniple, that you object to bury a Dissenter?
In their hands they carried the crozier from which hung the maniple, a sort of green veil.
Among other presents he left as offerings a stole and maniple, and a girdle and two bracelets of gold.
A Hispanian maniple had just seized Antony's son Antyllus and, after a hasty court-martial, killed him.
Do thou pluck a maniple—that is an handful—of the plant called Maidenhair, and make a syrup therewith as I have shewed thee.
Attend to me—the maniple will occupy the castle and shoot down on the heathen from hence; when they come carry me into the tower.