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  • 81Council of Constance —     Council of Constance     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Council of Constance     A (partly) ecumenical council held at Constance, now in the Grand Duchy of Baden, from 5 Nov., 1414, to 22 April, 1418. Its forty five general sessions were devoted… …

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  • 82Religious Toleration —     Religious Toleration     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Religious Toleration     Toleration in general signifies patient forbearance in the presence of an evil which one is unable or unwilling to prevent. By religious toleration is understood the… …

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  • 83Conciliarism —    The theory that a general council (rather than the pope) is the supreme and ultimate authority in the Christian church. This theory was rooted in the practice of the early church, especially in the role of the ecumenical councils of the fourth …

    Historical Dictionary of Renaissance

  • 84Edinburgh —    EDINBURGH, a city, the seat of a university, and the metropolis of the kingdom of Scotland, situated in longitude 3° 10 30 (W.), and latitude 55° 57 29 (N.), about a mile (S. by W.) from Leith, 40 miles (S.S.W.) from Dundee, 42 (E. by N.) from …

    A Topographical dictionary of Scotland

  • 85require — I (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To need] Syn. want, lack, feel the necessity for, have need for; see need . 2. [To insist upon] Syn. demand, oblige, necessitate, obligate, claim, exact, requisition, command, order, dictate, challenge, expect, compel,… …

    English dictionary for students

  • 8624. THE LIGHT (an-Nur) — In the name of God, the Gracious, the Merciful. 1. A chapter that We have revealed, and made obligatory, and revealed in it clear Verses, that you may take heed. 2. The adulteress and the adulterer whip each one of them a hundred lashes, and let… …

    Quran. Talal Itani translate

  • 87coerce — /koʊˈɜs / (say koh ers) verb (t) (coerced, coercing) 1. to restrain or constrain by force, law, or authority; force or compel, as to do something. 2. to compel by forcible action: coerce obedience. {Latin coercēre hold together} –coercer, noun… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 88FRANCE — (Heb. פְרַאנְצִיָּה and צָרְפַת), country in Western Europe. This entry is arranged according to the following outline: from the first settlements unil the revolution the roman and merovingian periods from the carolingians until the eve of the… …

    Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • 89Trinity — This article is about the Christian Trinity. For other uses, see Trinity (disambiguation). Holy Trinity redirects here. For other uses, see Holy Trinity (disambiguation). Part of a series on Attributes of G …

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  • 90Archibald Campbell Tait — Infobox Archbishop of Canterbury| Full name =Archibald Campbell Tait caption = birth name = began = 1868 term end = 3 December 1882 predecessor = Charles Thomas Longley successor = Edward White Benson birth date = 21 December 1811 birthplace =… …

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  • 91Voluntaryism — is a philosophy that opposes anything that it sees as unjustifiably invasive and coercive. Voluntaryism regards government as coercive, and calls for its abolishment, but, unlike a number of other anarchist philosophies, it supports strong… …

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  • 92Johan van Oldenbarnevelt — (September 14, 1547, Amersfoort ndash; May 13, 1619, The Hague) was a Dutch statesman, who played an important role in the Dutch struggle for independence from Spain.Van Oldenbarnevelt studied law at Leuven, Bourges, Heidelberg and Padua, and… …

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  • 93History of religion in the United States — The religious history of the United States begins more than a century before the former British colonies became the United States of America in 1776.Some of the original settlers were men and women of deep religious convictions. The religious… …

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  • 94Sue v Hill — Infobox Court Case name=Sue v Hill court=High Court of Australia date decided=23 June 1999 full name=Sue v Hill Anor; Sharples v Hill Anor citations=Cite Case AU|CLR|199|462|1999, Cite Case AU|HCA|30|1999 judges=Gleeson CJ, Gaudron, McHugh,… …

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  • 95India — /in dee euh/, n. 1. Hindi, Bharat. a republic in S Asia: a union comprising 25 states and 7 union territories; formerly a British colony; gained independence Aug. 15, 1947; became a republic within the Commonwealth of Nations Jan. 26, 1950.… …

    Universalium

  • 96Belgium — • Information on the history, education, and cemeteries of the country Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Belgium     Belgium     † …

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  • 97Chaldean Christians — • The name of former Nestorians now reunited with the Roman Church Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Chaldean Christians     Chaldean Christians      …

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  • 98Kulturkampf — • The name given to the political struggle for the rights and self government of the Catholic Church, carried out chiefly in Prussia and afterwards in Baden, Hesse, and Bavaria Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Kulturkampf      …

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  • 99Pantheism — • The false theory according to which God and the world are one Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Pantheism     Pantheism     † …

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  • 100Church Music —     Ecclesiastical Music     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Ecclesiastical Music     By this term is meant the music which, by order or with the approbation of ecclesiastical authority, is employed in connexion with Divine service to promote the… …

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