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- proper n. a statement of Christian belief, traditionally ascribed to the twelve Apostles of Jesus
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a creed of unknown origin, which was formerly ascribed to the apostles. It certainly dates back to the beginning of the sixth century, and some assert that it can be found in the writings of Ambrose in the fourth century.
- n. See under Apostle, Athanasian, Nicene.
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