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The victims were uncompensated—the great majority unreformed.
Among the ceremonials of the unreformed Church, the most conspicuous was that at Easter, when the Resurrection was represented.
The answer was the same as before; for the timid Emperor was now entirely fettered by the unreformed party.
Ignorant persons shall go on in their ignorance undiscovered, unreformed.
A VINDICATION OF THE PRESBYTERIALL-GOVERNMENT AND MINISTRYMINISTERS AND ELDERS OF THE LONDON PROVINCIALL ASSEMBLY
An evil life so blunts the conscience that the wife of an unreformed man need hardly expect him to be faithful to her.
The first belonged to the party which stood by the old unreformed Curia, and wished no change.
In the old unreformed times, it was seldom that politicians, whether Whigs or Tories, took much notice of the state of the people.
The orthodox clergy are still unreformed, and their scandalous conduct accords ill with the offices to which they are called.
THE REIGN OF MARY TUDORW. LLEWELYN WILLIAMS.
Who could deny that these were changes of magnitude settled in peaceful times by a parliament unreformed?
Was this an honour, or an excuse for a social glass among the civic Solons of an unreformed corporation?
JAMES BOSWELLWILLIAM KEITH LEASK

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