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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
We are too prone to party shibboleths; it is the characteristic sin which our necessary nonconformity has generated.
Nonconformity is, no doubt, amenable to the reproach of undue sectarianism and unnecessary division.
There was much nonconformity in the church which the queen ordered the bishops to correct.
During the last years of the reign the movement towards Presbyterianism was checked and nonconformity was less prominent.
The results of nonconformity in a family are just an epitome of what happens on a larger scale in the world.
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If they refused to answer, they were punished for contumacy; if they complied, they were punished for Nonconformity.
He was brought before the High Commissioners for Nonconformity, and after examination, cast into prison.
He was very much persecuted for his Nonconformity, and at length deprived of his living.
He was brought into many troubles for Nonconformity, being several times cast into prison.
It is probable that the cause of Nonconformity in Weedon owes its origin to the vicar's separation from the Church.
WORDS RELATED TO NONCONFORMITY
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