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  • 161Clarence Larkin — Rev. Clarence Larkin Born Clarence Larkin 28 October 1850(1850 10 28) Chester, Pennsylvania Died 24 January 1924 (1924 01 25) (aged 73) Occupation American Baptist pas …

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  • 162dis·pen·sa·tion — /ˌdıspənˈseıʃən/ noun, pl tions formal 1 : permission to break a law or an official promise you have made : release from a rule, vow, or oath [noncount] The priest asked for dispensation from his vows. [count] The state gave the town a special… …

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  • 163Dispense — Dis*pense , v. i. 1. To compensate; to make up; to make amends. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] One loving hour For many years of sorrow can dispense. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. To give dispensation. [1913 Webster] He [the pope] can also dispense in all… …

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  • 164To dispense with — Dispense Dis*pense , v. i. 1. To compensate; to make up; to make amends. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] One loving hour For many years of sorrow can dispense. Spenser. [1913 Webster] 2. To give dispensation. [1913 Webster] He [the pope] can also dispense… …

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  • 165Henry VII of England — Infobox British Royalty|majesty name = Henry VII title = King of England; Lord of Ireland caption = Portrait of Henry, holding a red Lancastrian rose, attributed to Michel Sittow reign = 22 August 1485 – 21 April 1509 coronation = 30 October 1485 …

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  • 166Supersessionism — (British English: supercessionism) and replacement theology are particular interpretations of New Testament claims, viewing God s relationship with Christians as being either the replacement or completion of the promise made to the Jews (or… …

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  • 167Bábism — The room where The Báb declared his mission on 23 May 1844, in his house in Shiraz. The Babi Faith (Persian: بابی ها Bábí há ) is a religious movement that flourished in Persia from 1844 to 1852, then lingered on in exile in the Ottoman Empire… …

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  • 168Margaret of York — For other uses, see Margaret of York (disambiguation). Margaret of York Anonymous portrait of Margaret of York, ca. 1468, Louvre Duchess consort of Burgundy Tenur …

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  • 169Dissolution of the Monasteries — History of Christianity in the British Isles The ruins of Glastonbury Abbey General Anglican Communion Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales Calendar of saints (Church of England) …

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  • 170Adam–God theory — In Mormonism, the Adam–God theory (also called the Adam–God doctrine) was a doctrine taught by Joseph Smith, Brigham Young and other early leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints (LDS Church) involving the status of Adam as the …

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  • 171Restoration (Latter Day Saints) — In the Latter Day Saint movement, the Restoration was a period in its early history during which a number of events occurred that were understood to be necessary to re establish the early Christian church found in the New Testament, and to… …

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  • 172E. W. Bullinger — Infobox Person name = Ethelbert William Bullinger image size = caption = E. W. Bullinger (1837 1913) birth date = 15 December 1837 birth place = Canterbury, Kent, England death date = death date and age|1913|6|6|1837|12|15|df=y death place =… …

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  • 173Malachi Martin — Malachi Brendan Martin Born July 23, 1921(1921 07 23) Ballylongford, County Kerry, Ireland Died July 27, 1999(1999 07 27) (aged 78) Manhattan, New York, USA …

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  • 174Virginia High School League — The Virginia High School League (VHSL) is the arbiter of interscholastic competition among public high schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Unlike many similar organizations in other states, it does not count private or religious schools… …

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  • 175Al-Khidr — ( ar. الخضر the Green One , also transcribed: Khidr, Khidar, Khizr, Khizar ; or most accurately, Ĥiḍr ) has a disputed status amongst scholars; some say he is a SaintFacts|date=June 2008 ( ‘Abdan Ṣālih ) while others say he is a Prophet in… …

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  • 176Apostolic Penitentiary — This article is part of a series on the Roman Curia Dicastery Apostolic Constitution Pastor Bonus Secretariat of State …

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  • 177Edward Herbert (judge) — Sir Edward Herbert (c. 1648 – 1698), titular Earl of Portland, was an English judge, serving as Chief Justice of the King’s Bench in the reign of James II. Early life and careerHerbert, the younger son of Sir Edward Herbert, Lord Keeper to… …

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  • 178Manifestation of God — Bahá í Faith Central figures Bahá u lláh The Báb · Abdu l Bahá Key scriptur …

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  • 179Grand Lodge of Ireland — The Grand Lodge of Ireland is the second oldest Grand Lodge of Freemasonry in the world. 1725 is the year celebrated in Grand Lodge anniversaries, since the first evidence for its existence comes from the Dublin Weekly Journal of June 26th 1725.… …

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  • 180Plenary Councils of Baltimore — The Third Plenary Council of Baltimore (1884) The Plenary Councils of Baltimore were three national meetings of Roman Catholic bishops in the 19th century in Baltimore, Maryland. During the early history of the Roman Catholic Church in the United …

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