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For a certain jet-setting sect, wide-open spaces with views, few Covid-19 cases, and the freedom to go maskless are all the rage.
She specifically focused on the Satmar community, the sect Feldman was once part of.
In this she differed from others of her sect, who strove to convey the idea of humility both outwardly and inwardly.
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He was the chief of the seven sages of Greece, and founder of the Ionic sect of philosophers.
The reader may give three lines to both, if he pleases; see note to sect.
Certainly the most cultivated and aristocratic sect--the Sadducees--repudiated it altogether; while the Pharisees held to it.
At the close of the last century there existed a religious sect who were in favour of abandoning the use of clothing.
The Pharisees, a famous sect among the Jews, accepted but the five books of Moses, and rejected all the prophets.
The philosophical sect to which he belonged was the Stoic, as plainly appears from many passages in his Geography.
In our time there flourished at that place remarkable persons of the Peripatetic sect of philosophers, Athenæus and Xenarchus.

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