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Some said "Our Father" and some "Paternoster," and they all meant the same.
THE TRANSFORMATION OF JOBFREDERICK VINING FISHER
The exhortation was usually followed by a loud saying of a Paternoster and a "Hail Mary" by all present.
The lad knelt down, and devoutly said his Paternoster, and began to play upon his pipe so that it was heard over hill and dale.
“It is as though the bearer had run for a paternoster-while, and then leaped the river,” Dick observed.
They gave me the address of a magazine in your Rue Paternoster, and at that place I was this morning informed where to find you.
IN FRIENDSHIP'S GUISEWM. MURRAY GRAYDON
Given in Paternoster Lane, at the primitive publishing house of all who publish.
There was a house in Paternoster Row and a series of notebooks.
SHE STANDS ACCUSEDVICTOR MACCLURE
They were graduated with a paternoster done in red on a black background, or perhaps a pierced heart between two flower-pots.
Some of the buildings of the present hall are still let to Paternoster Row booksellers as warehouses.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
One tragic memory, and one alone, as far as we know, attaches to Paternoster Row.
OLD AND NEW LONDONWALTER THORNBURY

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