(1) A famous author and clergyman once said: ‘Bigotry warps the soul by shutting out the truth.’(2) Nor did Morse's father, a prominent Massachusetts clergyman , have an artistic career in mind for his oldest son.(3) One New Orleans clergyman , whose home was flooded, refused to attend.(4) I search my memory bank and remember that some Lutheran clergyman were taken to camps during the war.(5) a Catholic clergyman(6) On occasion, Evensong was conducted by a thrice-retired diminutive clergyman from the Ministry of Healing.(7) Despite the fact that his father was a landowner, town councillor, and clergyman we hear of no attempt to rescue or ransom the captive.(8) Its protagonist, an earnest but questioning clergyman , resigns his orders for a life of social service in the East End, to the distress of his devout wife Catherine.(9) Ariah begins as a stock character - the repressed, pale, clergyman 's daughter, stiff-backed with pebbly green eyes and a talent for the piano.(10) Walker, an elderly Church of Ireland clergyman , was the heart and soul of Londonderry's resistance to James II after the Glorious Revolution.(11) a Protestant clergyman(12) The Pledge, itself, came along slightly more than a century ago, the work of a socialist editor and clergyman .(13) A consistory court has the power to hear against any Anglican clergyman or woman a charge of ‘conduct unbecoming a clerk in holy orders’.(14) My rabbi in Brooklyn, who is a national Jewish leader, probably did not know a single Christian clergyman on a first-name basis.(15) Written in 1855, it tells the story of a middle class clergyman 's daughter who leaves Hampshire to start a new life in the northern industrial town of Milton.(16) Well, a chaplain, by anybody's dictionary, is a person - clergyman or layman - who conducts a service in a chapel.
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