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“The dial had no letter "q," and as the man was described as a quaker the word was sent "kwaker.”
“The quaker was a London merchant, who had been at Deal superintending the repairs of a ship which had suffered by a storm in the Downs.”
“United States had a "quaker" navy; the result being that, not the enemy, but our own people were deceived.”
“In two of the embrasures shown in our Illustration are two of the famous "quaker" guns, made of logs, which the Con -”
“If you had to choose between two applicants to be foster parents, would you choose the quaker family or a non-religious family that was relatively unremarkable?”
“Would a stereotypical quaker family be a good foster care applicant in your estimation?”
“Insidious Prophet says: tombaker says: the quaker oat guy?”
“The quaker view that you are not supposed to swear oaths has some pretty obvious scriptural backing in the sermon on the mount, but I am unaware of any Christian denominiation at least that opposes the ninth commandment.”
“Nullasalus: A more thought provoking question: If I, as a rather traditionalist Catholic, call myself a quaker – am I a quaker?”
“A more thought provoking question: If I, as a rather traditionalist Catholic, call myself a quaker – am I a quaker?”
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