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His body was laid in the burial-ground of the Laics, toward the south part and near the path.
At length, as he served the sick, he was smitten with the plague, and was laid in the burying-ground of the Laics.
He was laid with the other Laics in that burying-ground of ours that pertains to them of that condition.
But he always exhorts laics not to dabble in it, and medical men to keep their hypnotic lore to themselves.
He was laid in the burying-place of our Laics by the side of Nicholas Bodiken.
And Patrick blessed Mudhorna, and said that the most illustrious of laics and clerics should be of them.
Upwards of thirty thousand religious and laics spent the night near his tomb.
CURIOSITIES OF SUPERSTITIONW. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS
The religious and the laics of the capital hastened to the spot, and poured out tears mingled with sobs and cries.
CURIOSITIES OF SUPERSTITIONW. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS
The full complement of monks, including the laics, together with the Patriarch and two Bishops, is from forty to fifty.
The work, under the same title but written by laics, extends further to the reign of Louis XI.

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confabulateverb (used without object) | [kuhn-fab-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION
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