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The “Protocol of Reconciliation and Grace through Separation” would allow the departing congregations to keep their property and give them $25 million to form a new denomination.

The greater part of northern France, though well brought under the plow, would come under the denomination of gray country.

The exercises were concluded by a collection for the poor of their own denomination.

Tatian gave them his name when he organized them as a Christian denomination, in the second century.

The majority of those who came under this denomination were not heroes, and acted quite differently.

That brilliant star was evidently the cause of bestowing on the day of its appearance the denomination of the Epiphany.

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When his mother passed away, as a memorial to her he built a church and presented it to the Unitarian denomination.

He said he would rather have some good novels; that he did not care much for religion, but asked what denomination we represented.

The chapel, much enlarged, is still used by this denomination.

The amount will be received in clean, unused United States postage stamps of any denomination.

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