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used in The Sunlight Dialogues

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the quality of being sacred or deserving deep respect
  • Fingy Conners could get to president of Buffalo's fanciest boating club, rise from the dead as surely as Jemima Wilkinson did in the Year of Grace, 1776, becoming the Publick Universal Friend (so Fred Clumly's grandfather spoke, gray of beard and pale of eye, himself mysteriously no baron, no saint, a dutiful servant in plumbing, a keeper of other men's sanctity) or as Joseph Smith rose from death-in-life to holiness in Palmyra, or like what's-his-name Harris, prophet.
    9 — "Like a robber, I shall proceed according to my will." (52% in)

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