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The first living organisms formed their hierarchies thus: individual unicellular, or plastide; group of plastides or meride.
In the ninth heaven is a manifestation of the Divine Essence, viewed by three hierarchies of Angels.
The conservative party established the reverend hierarchies and monarchies of the most ancient world.
The musty wardrobes of forgotten hierarchies furnished costumes for the officers of the new prince.
THE CRADLE OF THE CHRISTOCTAVIUS BROOKS FROTHINGHAM
The hierarchies of the soul's dominion belong only to man, and it is right they should.
There is no promise of permanency, even less of stable hierarchies and centralism.
It extended from the floor to the arch above, and from wall to wall, and represented in row upon row the celestial hierarchies.
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But, like all priestly hierarchies, they possessed the inherent weakness of ambition and the love of overweening power.
To the end, though he knows all about the celestial hierarchies, he is not strong in his letters, nor in his dialect.
Had there been an amalgamation of the hierarchies, there never would have been an amalgamation of the nations.

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