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  • 1 Discretion, Years of —    In the Prayer Book the Rite of Confirmation is described as The Laying on of Hands on those who are Baptized and come to years of Discretion. The phrase years of discretion is defined in the Rubric at the end of The Catechism, as follows, So… …

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  • 2 discretion — n. 1 being discreet; discreet behaviour (treats confidences with discretion). 2 prudence; self preservation. 3 the freedom to act and think as one wishes, usu. within legal limits (it is within his discretion to leave). 4 Law a court s freedom to …

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  • 3 Tender years doctrine — Caroline Norton, the person who initiated the tender years doctrine The tender years doctrine is a legal principle which has existed in family law since the late nineteenth century. This common law doctrine presumes that during a child s tender… …

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  • 4 Five Hundred Years After — infobox Book | name = Five Hundred Years After orig title = translator = image caption = First edition cover author = Steven Brust cover artist = country = United States language = English series = The Khaavren Romances genre = Fantasy novel… …

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  • 5 Quam singulari — • 1910 decree of the Sacred Congregation of the Sacraments on the age at which children are to be admitted to first Communion Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Quam Singulari     Quam singulari …

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  • 6 Communion of Children — • Article includes (1) the ancient practice, and (2) the present discipline of the Church in regard to the Communion of children Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Communion of Children     Communion of Children …

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  • 7 Life Unexpected — Intertitle Also known as Light Years Parental Discretion Advised LUX Genre Drama …

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  • 8 age — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) Old age Nouns 1. age, years, oldness; life expectancy, life span; longevity, length of years; gerontology, geriatrics; gerontocracy; ageism. 2. (maturity) adulthood, man or womanhood, maturity; legal or… …

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  • 9 Infant communion — Part of the series on Communion also known as The Eucharist , The Lord s Supper Divine Liturgy or Sacrament Theology Real Presence Transubstantiation Transignification Sacramental Union Memorialism Consubstantiation Impanation Consecrat …

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  • 10 Silence Dogood — was a false persona used by Benjamin Franklin to get his work published. Contents 1 History 2 Letters 1 2 Dogood s background 3 References 4 Exte …

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  • 11 age — n. 1. Duration of existence, time of life, period of life, stage of life. 2. Period, date, epoch, time. 3. Century, a hundred years. 4. Old age, decline of life, vale of years, verge of life. 5. Maturity, mature years, years of discretion …

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  • 12 Edmund Milton Holland — (1848 1913) was an American comedian, born in New York City, the son of well known English American stage actor George Holland. He appeared upon the stage in childhood, but his regular professional career began in 1866 at Barnum s Museum. The… …

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  • 13 Thomas Clarke Luby — (16 January 1822 [Mark Ryan gives his date of birth as the 15th, but both Mark and Desmond Ryan agree on the year, 1822. Hicky Doherty give the year as 1821 pg.280] ndash; 29 November 1901) was an Irish revolutionary, author, Journalist and one… …

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  • 14 Fourth Lateran Council —     Fourth Lateran Council (1215)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Fourth Lateran Council (1215)     From the commencement of his reign Innocent III had purposed to assemble an ecumenical council, but only towards the end of his pontificate could he …

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  • 15 prime of life — Synonyms and related words: adulthood, adultness, age of consent, bloom, budtime, driving age, early years, florescence, flower of age, flowering time, full age, full bloom, full growth, fullgrownness, grown upness, jeunesse, juvenescence,… …

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  • 16 Age of Reason — • The name given to that period of human life at which persons are deemed to begin to be morally responsible Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Age of Reason     Age of Reason …

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  • 17 Clandestinity —     Clandestinity (in Canon Law)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Clandestinity (in Canon Law)     Strictly speaking, clandestinity signifies a matrimonial impediment introduced by the Council of Trent (Sess. XXIV, c. i) to invalidate marriages… …

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  • 18 Lady Margaret Beaufort —     Lady Margaret Beaufort     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Lady Margaret Beaufort     Countess of Richmond and Derby, b. 1443; d. 1509, daughter and heiress of John Beaufort, first Duke of Somerset. Her father, the grandson of John of Gaunt, Duke… …

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  • 19 Grant Mitchell — Dans The Garden Murder Case (1936) Données clés Nom …

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  • 20 Hatton, Fanny Locke — (1870 1939) and Frederic H. Hatton (1879 1946)    Known familiarly as The Hattons, this husband and wife playwriting team supplied Broadway with a steady stream of comedies during the 1910s and 1920s. Fanny Cot tinet Locke was born in Chicago and …

    The Historical Dictionary of the American Theater