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Bloodlands, a four-part BBC crime drama that broke ratings records in Northern Ireland and has since been renewed for a second season, awakens the ghosts of that sectarian violence.
Then sectarian violence rocked the country and tourism all but vanished.
They called themselves by no sectarian name, nor could they have told to what “party” they belonged.
ERIC, OR LITTLE BY LITTLEFREDERIC W. FARRAR
She describes him as a dangerous sectarian, a veritable sorcerer, and the evil genius of one of her own relatives.
DEVIL-WORSHIP IN FRANCEARTHUR EDWARD WAITE
This sectarian policy has borne bitter fruit in Ireland, in the alienation of a great mass of the Irish people.
Let him sit with me here any night on my housetop and he will see the sad effects of sectarian reform and newspaper hysteria.
Bunyan had a perfect wealth of sectarian scurrility at his command.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
In the matter of religion, Craft Masonry adopted an equally non-sectarian attitude.
You may sometimes meet with persons who are indeed charitable, but their charity is sectarian.
It is cruel to tell them they shall read none but sectarian books or listen only to sectarian words.

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