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In Specter’s telling, even Fauci’s onetime antagonists, Kramer chief among them, undergo conversion experiences and become acolytes.
Leach went 84-43 in 10 seasons as head coach at Texas Tech and 55-47 in eight seasons at Washington State, both relatively less heralded programs, and many of his and Mumme’s former players and assistants also became air raid acolytes.
The acolyte was very agile in a short red cassock, below which his naked legs, and bare feet showed.
There was the acolyte, very pale and sorrowful, beneath the trees.
After sermon the preacher returns to the altar, when a fourth functionary appears, whom we suppose must be termed an acolyte.
THE CHURCH INDEXWILLIAM PEPPERELL
Pat Murphy, his faithful servant and acolyte, was watching for him just within the door.
THE HIGHER COURTMARY STEWART DAGGETT
From the small door beside the chapel came a priest and his acolyte, a choir boy.
THE MERCENARYW. J. ECCOTT
But then we found out that the acolyte she was supposed to be was across the continent, in Akra.
Who was this road-breaker's acolyte, with his brazier, his dirty face, and—a public-school accent?
Hugh held the undistinguished office of Servitor, and his duties were mainly those of a kind of acolyte.
HUGHARTHUR CHRISTOPHER BENSON

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