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ecclesiastical
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  • ’You don’t mean to say that there is any affinity between nautical matters and ecclesiastical matters?’
  • He said, Look at the world, there was good and evil in that; look at the ecclesiastical law, there was good and evil in THAT.
  • If the day were half as tremendous to any other professional gentleman in Doctors’ Commons as it was to me, I sincerely believe he made some expiation for his share in that rotten old ecclesiastical cheese.
  • It arose out of a scuffle between two churchwardens, one of whom was alleged to have pushed the other against a pump; the handle of which pump projecting into a school-house, which school-house was under a gable of the church-roof, made the push an ecclesiastical offence.
  • It’s a little out-of-the-way place, where they administer what is called ecclesiastical law, and play all kinds of tricks with obsolete old monsters of acts of Parliament, which three-fourths of the world know nothing about, and the other fourth supposes to have been dug up, in a fossil state, in the days of the Edwards.
  • Why, the Ecclesiastical Delegates were the advocates without any business, who had looked on at the round game when it was playing in both courts, and had seen the cards shuffled, and cut, and played, and had talked to all the players about it, and now came fresh, as judges, to settle the matter to the satisfaction of everybody!

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  • In 1875 the jurisdiction of the Ecclesiastical Court was transferred to the High Court.
  • Uganda has become a haven for ecclesiastical refugees.

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