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inquisition
used in Paul's Case

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Definition
common noun:  questioning or investigation — often implying harsh questioning

or:

proper noun:  a former tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church (or their investigations) created to discover and suppress heresy
  • As the inquisition proceeded one of his instructors repeated an impertinent remark of the boy's, and the Principal asked him whether he thought that a courteous speech to have made a woman.

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