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32) This may remind us of Arnold's contemporary John Ruskin, an intensely Protestant figure, trying to explain his attraction to architectural ornaments on medieval Catholic buildings: he calls them budding Protestantism, trying to burst forth from the constricting formalism of Rome-thereby licentiously applying a religious label he likes to a style of art that he likes.
Some are regularly formed from known roots upon known analogies; others are formed licentiously.
A 1637 pamphlet supported the use of tobacco preparations as medicine but was titled "A brief and accurate treatise concerning the taking of the fume of tobacco, which very many, in these days do too too licentiously use" (11).