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Wordsworth, until he began the Ecclesiastical Sonnets, was betrayed by his "penchant for paradox."
As an ecclesiastical symbol it has remained consistent to the present day.
But they will be so modified and supplemented that they will present an ecclesiastical type of their own.
It had an ecclesiastical sign,—the Mitre,—and a bar that seemed to be the next best thing to a bishopric, it was so snug.
THE HOLLY-TREECHARLES DICKENS
It almost coincided with the line of demarcation between the two ecclesiastical dioceses into which the island was divided.
THE HISTORY OF CUBA, VOL. 4WILLIS FLETCHER JOHNSON
The crown is an insignia of civil power borne by the laity; the nimbus is ecclesiastical and religious.
Accordingly, these ecclesiastical votaries of democracy cut a strange figure when they seek to legislate for the Church.
OUTSPOKEN ESSAYSWILLIAM RALPH INGE
You draw your trust; write 'This is an Ecclesiastical Charity,' and there you are.
It was built at the cost of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners.
This quasi-insulation has left a curious mark on the Ecclesiastical map of Cambridgeshire.

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