That's when Pinto Molina, an ordained Baptist reverend, and Saboia, a Roman Catholic, got out of the car and prayed.
The same year he shared the Gandhi Foundation International Peace Award with reverend Harold Good.
“This is the reality in which reverend Wright and other African-Americans of his generation grew up,” Obama said.
reverend Graham drew the meeting to a close by earnestly thanking the president for making the trip up the mountain.
For Paul, the thrill of breakfast with the reverend, may be giving way to the taste of burnt toast.
Who ate or something the somethings of the reverend Mr MacTrigger.
But every body else was there, so we did not miss these grave and reverend seigniors.
But, reverend Brother, if he goes we shall have no priest for Easter.
"I hope I shall have strength given me to do my duty," said the reverend Cecil.
The reverend Peter also sat looking silently across the hyacinths, but it was at the owner.
early 15c., "worthy of respect," from Middle French reverend, from Latin reverendus "(he who is) to be respected," gerundive of revereri (see reverence). As a form of address for clergymen, it is attested from late 15c.; earlier reverent (late 14c. in this sense). Abbreviation Rev. is attested from 1721, earlier Revd. (1690s). Very Reverend is used of deans, Right Reverend of bishops, Most Reverend of archbishops.
"clergyman," c.1500, from reverend (adj.).