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Will your Majesty be pleased to have them given a goodly number of religious, so that they may attend to their ministries.
Love never yet was held by arms alone, nor its mysterious ministries constrained to forms or qualities.
"She ought to remember that Ministries seldom live very long," said Phineas.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
In the three years ending in 1864 there were two general elections and four Ministries.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
Mr. Carteret would find his natural level—the production of anecdote in regard to the formation of early ministries.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES
In 1826 he was elected to the House of Commons, and was a member of several Ministries.
But their errors were overruled, else how could the human race be concerned in their offences, errors, or ministries?
If, then, these are the ministries by which Levana works, how profoundly must she reverence the agencies of grief!
Some of the Ministries lasted only six weeks, and very few protracted their existence to a year.
It is possible that this fear alone would make some refuse the ministries of the islands with such a risk.

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