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“The religious innovations of Luther were on the whole successfully opposed by Johann III of the Wittelsbach family, the administrator of the diocese (1507-38); in 1524 he took part in the assembly of the”
“Pat was overseeing all the assembly campaigns for the Republicans and he told me the New Jersey Republican State Committee was looking for an opposition research director.”
“Spifamius of Nevers lapsed into Calvinism, and in 1559 Paris witnessed the assembly of a general synod of French Reformers, which adopted a Calvinistic creed and introduced the Swiss presbyteral constitution for the Reformed communities.”
“He rose before the assembly and called on his fellow citizens to remember the story of the Athenian heroes Leos and Hyacinthus, who had sacrificed their own willing daughters to save the state when it faced destruction.”
“They quickly dug trenches and built palisades to deny the occupiers supplies and reinforcements, then the assembly sent messages to friendly Greek cities asking for help.”
“He laid before the assembly a promemoria, which served as the programme of the business, and drafted five of the seven memorials addressed to the Ministry of the Interior.”
“When the assembly had gathered, Whitefield mounted a platform erected for him in the open air, and he looked almost angelical; a young, slim, slender youth, before some thousands of people with a bold undaunted countenance.”
“In spite of Phocion, the supporters of Demosthenes still controlled the assembly and threw the old general off the platform.”
“A gentle murmur wound its way through the assembly of Koas dignitaries beneath Sicarios, who waggled its tentacles at them, apparently signaling for silence.”
“Rauscher regarded the assembly with the greatest hopes and issued two pastorals dealing with the council on 15 Nov.,”
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From Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben's Regulations for the Order and Discipline of the Troops of the United States, approved by Congress in March 1779, and used in its original form until 1824.
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