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He was the pioneer, the leader, the propagator, of Universalism.
Juan de Causadas, a prebendary of Tudela, was an ardent disciple of Molinos and propagator of his doctrines.
He simply denounced them, and stormed against Zwingli, whose name was spread abroad as their author and propagator.
Mr. Gerardi was quite successful as a propagator and always tried to have nursery stock of the best varieties.
As a propagator and defender of our faith he has few equals in the Virginia arms of the church.
The propagator of the report, finding himself detected in a falsehood, instantly withdrew, and we saw no more of him.
Neither was it a test of patriotism; albeit every citizen is a quixotic propagator of his republican faith.
We asked him if he had not better address a brief letter to the editor, just to confound the propagator of the falsehood.
He was converted to Buddhism and at once became the devout propagator of that faith.
Ripton heard also the words "propagator—species," but had no idea of their import.

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