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The Arab swore by the "triple-divorcement" (an oath Musa declared all-abiding), and rejoiced to struggle to his feet.
GOD WILLS IT!WILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS
Let him write her a bill of divorcement and give it in her hand and send her out of his house.
THE NECESSITY OF ATHEISMDR. D.M. BROOKS
Divorcement was much practised among the Jews, and was productive of great evil.
SKETCHES OF THE FAIR SEX, IN ALL PARTS OF THE WORLDANONYMOUS
They demand a man who believes in the eternal separation and divorcement of church and school.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT G. INGERSOLL, VOL. 9 (OF 12)ROBERT G. INGERSOLL
The extremes of these large classes present the divorcement of labour and life in startling prominence.
THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN CAPITALISMJOHN ATKINSON HOBSON
The Pharisees had a ready rejoinder: "Why did Moses then command to give a writing of divorcement, and to put her away?"
JESUS THE CHRISTJAMES EDWARD TALMAGE
Herzel was glad to hide his burning face by stooping for the fallen bill of divorcement.
GHETTO TRAGEDIESISRAEL ZANGWILL
By it the State received its charter of divorcement from the Church—religion and politics were separated.
HISTORIC FREDERICKSBURGJOHN T. GOOLRICK
The bill of divorcement had to be couched in explicit terms, handed to the woman herself, and in the presence of two witnesses.
THE HISTORICAL CHILDOSCAR CHRISMAN
They say unto him, "Why then did Moses command to give a bill of divorcement, and to put her away?"
HIS LIFEWILLIAM E. BARTON, THEODORE G. SOARES, SYDNEY STRONG
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WORDS RELATED TO DIVORCEMENT

  • disconnection
  • disengagement
  • dissolution
  • disunion
  • division
  • divorce
  • divorcement
  • partition
  • rupture
  • separation
  • split-up
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