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Featuring no fewer than 354 rip- roaring pages, it should finally silence those who treasonably suggest the prince and his many and varied interests are somewhat less than riveting.
Gentry-level" or elite discourse sees witches as subordinate to Satan, treasonably transferring political and religious allegiance to an alternate male figure.
The so-called Homilies on the Statues, delivered in Antioch during Lent 387 after a riot in which official effigies and portraits of the imperial family had been treasonably torn down, are probably the most famous of John Chrysostom's sermon courses.