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They would delight a convocation of crowned heads plotting against the people.

The returns were completed; the members assembled in London, and with them as usual the convocation of the clergy.

The districts were formed, on the king's convocation, the 21st of April, 1789.

This hesitation was caused by the convocation of all the freemasons for bringing about a reconciliation between the two parties.

The Insurrection in ParisAn Englishman: Davy

They have enough piety to fit out a convocation of bishops, with a great deal left over.

The Librarian at PlayEdmund Lester Pearson

Mr. Coxe's nomination was approved by Convocation on Nov. 16.

When Post-Graduate and Law students were coming out, he felt convinced, that no one would attend the convocation.

India for IndiansC. R. (Chittaranjan) Das

A dispute arose between the two parties touching the extent of the powers of the Lower House of Convocation.

To be sure, a “nacht-maal” is not precisely a Church of England convocation or congress.

A note had been sent to the Journal de Paris to announce the convocation of the Assembly.

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