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canon law
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Don Quixote
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  • He was a graduate of Osuna in canon law; but even if he had been of Salamanca, it was the opinion of most people that he would have been mad all the same.
  • I, sirs, for my sins have studied canon law at Salamanca, and I rather pique myself on expressing my meaning in clear, plain, and intelligible language.

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  • What would be called canon law in the Roman Catholic Church is called church order or practice and procedure in the Presbyterian Church.
  • "Now, from the standpoint of canon law," he said frowning, "there is no difficulty regarding your marriages.
    Diana Gabaldon  --  Outlander

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