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If these intentions were honest, the subordination of England to the papacy might be still preserved in a modified form.
Pete Cayce first revolted from the strain on his attention, subordination, and acquiescence.
His very repression, his subordination in all his other relationships, helped towards this end.
A letter to General Spencer enclosing a copy of said order of subordination, &c., read and approved.
The subordination of distance to other factors in rate making is a logical derivation from the theory of joint cost.
In art, subordination of the parts to the whole is an art of itself.
On the contrary, in the Roman, the subordination of the person to the cultivated mind is decidedly marked.
Anarchy predominates without freedom, and servitude without submission or subordination.
The other is the degree of cordination and subordination of courses professed.
But how different are the effects of our connection with, and subordination to Britain?
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