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Suddenly, Lieber went from perennial dissenter to board president.
Kagan, although a dissenter in Ramos, suggested this might be another.
Roberts, the other dissenter in the Ramos case, was more difficult to read.
Kavanaugh was a dissenter in that case, in which Roberts was joined by the court’s liberals.
I wanted to see a live Dissenter, I believe, and yet I wished it were over.
MY LADY LUDLOWELIZABETH GASKELL
New-Rochelle was then a parish, and its rector, of course, considered the French preacher a dissenter.
The four lieutenants stepped out of the way, so that the single dissenter might stand alone.
DOWN THE RHINEOLIVER OPTIC
The squire was interested in the land and the church; the merchant thought more of commerce and was apt to be a dissenter.
I heard an earnest middle-aged dissenter preach a sermon on that text a few days ago.
ROBINFRANCES HODGSON BURNETT
His father was a “dissenter,” and twice was imprisoned for his religious views.
THE STORY OF OUR HYMNSERNEST EDWIN RYDEN

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