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He spoke to the postulant alone, praising the august and humble life of the cloister.
EN ROUTEJ.-K. (JORIS-KARL) HUYSMANS
Jephthah regarded his postulant daughter-in-law from under lowered, bushy brows.
There are degrees in the struggle for saintliness; the journalist was but a postulant.
The ministrant addressed the postulant, “Brother, dost thou wish to give thyself to our faith?”
Lupo agnum eripere postulant—They insist on snatching the lamb from the wolf.
Quite often during my postulant period, while I was learning these Latin prayers, I would have to do sewing.
THE DEMANDS OF ROMEELIZABETH SCHOFFEN
Certainly, after such trials, the postulant is fully informed; nevertheless, his superiors contribute what they know.
There is in this figure something of the recalcitrant seminarist, and also something of the virtuous postulant.
THE CATHEDRALJORIS-KARL HUYSMANS
No one can become a postulant for admission to the Society until fourteen years old, unless by special dispensation.
But professions were often written by others, and the postulant only put his or her cross.

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