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26) Thus: the hero, believing himself the object of Heaven's intervention, having interrupted an assignation between a precisian and a prostitute, dons the discarded false beard meant to allow the religious hypocrite to be mistaken for the ghost of the hero's murdered father rumored to be haunting thereabouts, and in that guise "staggers" on a skull.
The irony is that the precisian Angelo has no respect or understanding for the potential value of the precise recollection of physical details in adjudicating guilt or innocence under the law.
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20) Evidently the upsurge of this potent expression of Scottish national identity posed an insuperable problem for the combative precisians who led the Presbyterian churches at this time.
How does one explain the incongruities between the belligerent rhetoric of preachers, theologians, and other precisians, and the moderation of ordinary Calvinists on Grand Tour?
His treatment of a late Elizabethan church that was fundamentally Reformed Protestant in its theology, with a spectrum stretching from contented conformists to reform-minded precisians, largely echoes the research of Patrick Collinson and Peter Lake; Hoyle draws on yet significantly qualifies some of the findings of Nicholas Tyacke's influential work on early Stuart anti-Calvinism; and he is indebted to Anthony Milton's scholarship on changing attitudes towards Catholicism among some influential English Protestant theologians in the 1620s-30s.
His later portraits settle into the smug formality of much Dutch portraiture, tedious partly because the sitters, usually people of no interest, were rich enough to purchase verisimilitudes of their squat, ostentatiously well-endowed, mercantile dullness from such precisians as the fashionable Nicolaes Pickenoy.
We saw above that Jackson concluded from his text that Bsod nams dpal bzang po was unsympathetic to the Bka' gdams pa and the gdan gcig pa, the precisians, (and Vibhuaticandra).
between Protestants and Catholics, and between Anglicans and the precisians, or Puritans, who peopled the ranks of England's varieties of Dissenters.
The Hind and the Panther is a culmination not only of Dryden's career but also, in some ways, of nearly two centuries of religious controversies, often in the form of tracts, between Protestants and Catholics, and between Anglicans and the precisians, or Puritans, who peopled the ranks of England's varieties of Dissenters.