demoniacs

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To-day, own me prince of demoniacs, and indeed of all good fellows.'

And they—with the demoniacs—are the sole connecting link between that age and this.

A newly-built house is smeared with it, so are demoniacs, care being taken to smear the latter downwards from head to foot.

And this custom of taking madmen for demoniacs, was not so peculiar to the jews, but that it prevailed in other nations also.

There were demoniacs in Bible times and neurotics in the Middle Ages, as there are nervous invalids and half-well people to-day.

According to the narrative, all the seven demoniacs sent forth a strange and supernatural voice of loud shouting.

The preachers being called in, according to the advice of Dr. Dee, they inquired how the demoniacs were handled.

Demoniacs were not so scarce, but that one was easily found and brought forward at the first summons.

However, here I am at the end of my letter, and I shall leave the two demoniacs to tear each other to pieces.

They put consecrated herbs into the nostrils of the demoniacs.