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  • Someone in the clergy.
  • In the 1600s the clergy were some of the most educated men in the world.
  • The clergy has gone.
  • I suppose Galileo could have created some sort of mathematical code that went unnoticed by the clergy.
  • Langdon recognized it as the standard porta sacra-a private entrance for clergy.
  • The clergy vigilantly refilled the lamps with sacred oils such that no lamp ever burned out.
  • Not even . the clergy.
  • The clergy felt, and perhaps rightly so, that the last thing Christians needed to know was that there was a very powerful anti-Christian movement infiltrating their banks, politics, and universities.
  • The clergy were frightened.
  • According to accounts from the select few clergy who had descended over the years, the Necropolis was a dark maze of subterranean crypts that could swallow a visitor whole if he lost his way.

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  • Under labor law, the clergy can be required to uphold the beliefs of the religion they have chosen.
  • She was looking clean as clergy.
    Robert Newton Peck  --  A Day No Pigs Would Die

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