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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of Calvinize.
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The other commercials in the series continued to pivot on double entendres — in one, Shields recites a monologue about genes; in another, she defines what it means to be “Calvinized.”
With tolerable unanimity (ante, pp. 5, 6 and 18,19), they had gone on in this labour for three months, or till Oct. 12,1643; by which time they had Calvinized fifteen of the Articles.
[Footnote: Whoever wants to compare the Westminster Assembly's Calvinized Version of the first fifteen
[Footnote: Whoever wants to compare the Westminster Assembly's Calvinized Version of the first fifteen Articles with the original Articles will find the two sets printed conveniently in parallel columns in History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines (1842), published at Philadelphia,