Lamb-skin in a sentence

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We no longer use the bath or the fountain, because in our philosophical system the symbolization is more abstract, if I may use the term; but we present the aspirant with the _lamb-skin apron_, the _gauge_, and the _gavel_, as symbols of a spiritual purification.
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Another ritualistic symbolism, of still more importance and interest, is the _rite of investiture_. The rite of investiture, called, in the colloquially technical language of the order, the _ceremony of clothing_, brings us at once to the consideration of that well-known symbol of Freemasonry, the LAMB-SKIN APRON.
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As to the material of the apron, this is imperatively required to be of lamb-skin.
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The pure, unspotted lamb-skin apron is, then, in Masonry, symbolic of that perfection of body and purity of mind which are essential qualifications in all who would participate in its sacred mysteries.
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Even those who were fortunate enough to have on a complete dress of coarse cloth lined with sheep-skin, the wool left on and worn next the body, and over all a large cloth _shubb_ lined with wolf-skin, the fur inside, and a warm lamb-skin cap, their feet encased in boots lined with fur, found their sufferings very great.
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She wore glass beads around her neck, and upon her head a black lamb-skin hood, lined with white cat-skin.
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Examples of Lamb-skin

Example #1
The design is the same, but the mode in which it is accomplished is different.
Example #2
I need not, after this, do more than suggest the similarity of this formula, in principle, to a corresponding one in Freemasonry, where the first symbols presented to the apprentice are those which inculcate a purification of the heart, of which the purification of the body in the ancient Mysteries was symbolic.
Example #3
This rite of investiture, or the placing upon the aspirant some garment, as an indication of his appropriate preparation for the ceremonies in which he was about to engage, prevailed in all the ancient initiations.
Example #4
A few of them only it will be requisite to consider.
Example #5
No other substance, such as linen, silk, or satin, could be substituted without entirely destroying the symbolism of the vestment.
Example #6
This symbolism pervades the whole of the ritual, from the lowest to the highest degree, wherever white vestments or white decorations are used.