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He granted her continuance at home, till the year of her noviciate; but that year must come, and it will commence next January.
Not content with the ordinary severities of the noviciate, he added voluntary austerities.
With this view they invited him to remain in their convent till he should make his noviciate.
Something similar to this period of quiet observation, might not be inexpedient for a noviciate in society.
He too had passed a noviciate in the Clerk's office, had studied law under the guidance of Wythe, and had been very successful.
The last month had been the longest she had ever known,—tedious as to the state captive, serving his noviciate to prison life.
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He remained there several months, and died at the noviciate in Paris.
He was educated at the Jesuit college of Fulda, and entered upon his noviciate in that order at Mainz in 1618.
This noviciate sometimes lasts several years, but generally one only.
As soon as the pupil has passed her noviciate in the art, she holds both reins in the left hand.

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