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- proper n. Archaic form of Mozarabic.
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Robertson, of the ordeal to which the Romish and Muzarabic rituals were subjected, in the reign of Alfonso VI., and the ascendency which the combination of king-craft and priest-craft succeeded in securing to the former in opposition to the will of the nation.
Toledo for the performance of the Muzarabic services, which have continued to be retained there to the present time.