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To see that schism playing out in companies’ bottom lines, just compare the results of struggling fashion retailers like Banana Republic, Macy’s or Nordstrom with those of those of Lululemon Athleta or Old Navy.
When men set up terms of communion of their own, there you find the principle of heresy; there, too, there must be schism.
Buddhism, although, tolerant of heresy, has ever been vehement in its persecution of schism.
To heal the schism caused by the attitude of the Arsenites 'was the serious labour of the Church and State' for half a century.
These English brethren, when in Scotland, consulted Knox on the dispute which they made a ground of schism.
"Schism is in the schism," said the Romanists, and the Emperor flattered himself with an easy victory.
In 1843 Presbyterianism across the Tweed had a schism of its own.
But schism is more a sign of error than a miracle is a sign of truth.
Now came the public circumstance that made the schism in the Federalist Party an open and remorseless feud.
Being very contentious, he had become seriously involved in the schism which was then rending asunder the diocese of Trèves.
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