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- n. One who believes that the Church of England should retain its formal constitutional relationship with the state.
- adj. Of or relating to the belief that the Church of England should retain its formal constitutional relationship with the state.
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My brother has been putting together a large assortment of high grade undergrounds over the last few years, and it constantly amazes me that this type of truly small press material, which often was issued in limited print runs by admittedly avante garde, antidisestablishmentarian, counter-culture individuals, doesn't fetch the premium pricing that the latest gimmicked-up, alternate-covered, piece of mundane dreck does - once the CGC gets its grubby mitts on it.
One wonders that if Barak Obama is elected president, would Rick Warren then become an antidisestablishmentarian?
Vis-a-vis the states, the very same language is antidisestablishmentarian.
Democrats and Republicans agree that everyone is entitled to believe as they choose, but any sort of ostentatious display of said religion by a political leader is considered borderline antidisestablishmentarian.
Given the explicit reference to Congress in the First Amendment, a reference not found in any other article of the Bill of Rights, isn't the First Amendment actually antidisestablishmentarian vis-a-vis a state's powers to establish its own religion?
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