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- n. Plural form of tutelar.
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For this purpose the priest intercedes with his divine tutelars, and prevails upon them, by offerings and promises, to rescue the captive.
Verily, we have made the Satans tutelars of those who believe not.
As he created you, to him shall ye return: some hath he guided, and some hath he justly left in error, because they have taken the Satans as their tutelars beside God, and have deemed that they were guided aright.
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