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  • 25 Ingram de Ketenis — Infobox Person name = Ingram de Ketenis other names = imagesize = caption = birth date = before 1321 birth place = probably Kettins, Angus, Scotland death date = 1407 or 1408 death place = occupation = cleric title = Archdeacon of Dunkeld Rector… …

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  • 28 Fundamentalist–Modernist Controversy — A Fundamentalist cartoon portraying Modernism as the descent from Christianity to atheism, first published in 1922 and then used in Seven Questions in Dispute by William Jennings Bryan. The Fundamentalist–Modernist Controversy was a religious… …

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  • 29 Donald A. Crosby — Religious Naturalism Donald Crosby, PhD Fields Ancient Philosophy, 17th and 18th Century Philosophy, American Philosophy, Philosophy of Nature, Metaphysics …

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  • 30 STEWARD, LORD HIGH —    in early times the highest office of state in England, ranking in power next to the sovereign; hereditary during many centuries, the office lapsed in the reign of Henry IV., and since has been revived only on special occasions, e. g. a… …

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  • 31 demit — [dɪ mɪt] verb (demits, demitting, demitted) formal resign from (a position). Derivatives demission noun Origin C16: from Fr. démettre, from dé away from + mettre put …

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  • 32 abandoned — a. 1. Relinquished, deserted, forsaken, cast away, rejected, discarded, given up, given over, cast off, cast aside, thrown overboard, demitted. 2. Depraved, corrupted, corrupt, profligate, vicious, sinful, wicked, dissolute, reprobate, graceless …

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  • 33 demit — [dē mit′, dimit′] vt. demitted, demitting [L demittere, to send down, let fall < de , down + mittere, to send: see MISSION] 1. to resign (a position or office) 2. Archaic to dismiss vi. to resign demission [dēmish′ən] n …

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  • 34 demit — v.tr. (demitted, demitting) (often absol.) resign or abdicate (an office etc.). Derivatives: demission n. Etymology: F deacutemettre f. L demittere (as DE , mittere miss send) …

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