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Quid sit Nova Francia, qualis regio, qui in e populi, quique mores.
Increpaui ego, vt potui, per interpret paganicos hos mores in iam Christianis.
It includes accommodation to the folkways, the mores, the conventions, and the social ritual (Sittlichkeit).
Professional faults arouse a much feebler response than offenses against the mores of the larger society.
The mores, as thus conceived, are the judgments of public opinion in regard to issues that have been settled and forgotten.
In the materials which follow a distinction is made between public opinion and the mores, and this distinction is important.
Sumner pointed out that fashion though differing from, is intimately related to, the mores.
Morality from mores, customs; therefore, as the customs of all nations are different, so is their theory of morality.
MOGREB-EL-ACKSAR. B. CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM
It was all joyous sport, which was lifted for a moment into the plane of adventure by a communication from the Marquis de Mores.
There is the church especially erected for the use of the wife of the Marquis de Mores.

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