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  • …perhaps it was a little indecent that the principal registrar of all, whose duty it was to find the public, constantly resorting to this place, all needful accommodation, should be an enormous sinecurist in virtue of that post (and might be, besides, a clergyman, a pluralist, the holder of a staff in a cathedral, and what not), — while the public was put to the inconvenience of which we had a specimen every afternoon when the office was busy, and which we knew to be quite monstrous.

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  • Pluralism was more easily achieved in the United States because many colonists came to America for the freedom to practice different religions.
  • It is protest enough against the pluralism they want to reform if I give somebody else most of the money.
    George Eliot  --  Middlemarch

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