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Protestant
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • The blackest protestant in the land would not speak the language I have heard this evening.
  • —I am no protestant, I tell you again, said Mr Casey, flushing.
  • That was the meaning of TOWER OF IVORY but protestants could not understand it and made fun of it.
  • And she did not like him to play with Eileen because Eileen was a protestant and when she was young she knew children that used to play with protestants and the protestants used to make fun of the litany of the Blessed Virgin.
  • And she did not like him to play with Eileen because Eileen was a protestant and when she was young she knew children that used to play with protestants and the protestants used to make fun of the litany of the Blessed Virgin.
  • There was a road over a heath with grass at the side and little bushes: and Peter Parley had a broad hat like a protestant minister and a big stick and he was walking fast along the road to Greece and Rome.
  • And she did not like him to play with Eileen because Eileen was a protestant and when she was young she knew children that used to play with protestants and the protestants used to make fun of the litany of the Blessed Virgin.
  • —Then, said Cranly, you do not intend to become a protestant?

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  • Protestant churches deny universal authority of the Pope.
  • Protestant work ethic

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