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They are the silent traytors that affront majesty, and abuse all authority, under the colour of an Imprimatur.
He took a small case from his pocket, and presented a card to him, and also papers which revealed the imprimatur of the company.
His book came into the public hands stamped with the imprimatur of official recognition.
CHARLES DARWINGRANT ALLEN
For the present, buy—buy whatever has received the imprimatur of critical authority.
The Vice-Chancellor's imprimatur (for it was printed at Oxford) is dated the 19th, 1713.
Frontispiece and preliminary leaf containing the Imprimatur, dated Oct. 16, 1714.
Editions with a clerical "imprimatur" have been always published where laymen have been substituted for these.
This collection also contains a number of trial and "imprimatur" sheets of British stamps.
PEEPS AT POSTAGE STAMPSSTANLEY CURRIE JOHNSON
But now—now, with Imprimatur on my forehead, a clutch in my mental fingers, and a hungry longing to rule free: ha!
A CHRISTMAS STORYSAMUEL W. FRANCIS
There is any amount of fundamental teaching there and the imprimatur of thousands of good men to assure us of it.

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