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He was the son of a weaver, himself a shoemaker, and was "converted" before the age of 20.

The room in which the Emperor died is sealed and walled up, and the palace is now converted into a school of engineers.

By this any free sulphur would be converted into a soluble sulphate of Potassium.

The Action of Medicines in the SystemFrederick William Headland

Puritanism seems to suggest that those who have been “converted” are actually perfect.

Occasionally this neck of land has been broken through or overflowed, and the peninsula has then been converted into an island.

Intelligent non-commissioned officers and men were converted into shunters, guards, and pointsmen.

The River WarWinston S. Churchill

That, in the eyes of the converted natives, would have been scandalous.

Five of the others have been swept away, and the sixth is converted into a school.

The Hardy CountryCharles G. Harper

He was converted afterwards, but it is hinted that his early wickedness required the retribution he suffered.

Demonology and Devil-loreMoncure Daniel Conway

He promptly professed to be converted and was baptized on Ash-Wednesday 1677.

The Jesuits, 1534-1921Thomas J. Campbell

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