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DELIVERANCE, Practice. A term used by the clerk in court to every prisoner who is arraigned and pleads not guilty to whom he wishes a good deliverance. In modern practice this is seldom used.

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Philips school thanked to chairman for his visit and also appreciate the efforts of Chairman regarding deliverance of municipal facilities, Other officers of DMC East were also present on the occasion.
They are founders of Full Stature Ministries and have developed a systematic proven approach to empower believers for ministering healing, freedom, and deliverance.
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Head of deliverance Ian Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) is now head of values for the BBC, in a spoof documentary narrated by Tennant detailing the day-to-day dramas behind the scenes at the Beeb (all fictitious, of course
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He forced them to pray for deliverance for three days and nights and deprived them of food and water.
Bonneville's Head of Deliverance Ian Fletcher ponders the results of a study which suggests making the diving pool shallower, all the while continuing his unenviable struggle to stay afloat in a sea of buffoons.