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  • proper n. Plural form of Pentecost.

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Examples

  • This most august order in France though the Order of St. Michael is more ancient was created by King Henry III, in honor of the fact that he was elected King of France and Poland on two separate Pentecosts.

    L'Ordre du Saint-Esprit

  • The one person who noticed the advance of the evening — the one person who thought of the flying time and the stationary Pentecosts in the boat — was young Pedgift.

    Armadale

  • These Pentecosts and outpourings of the spirit can only occur very rarely, or the Universe itself would be soon talked out of existence.

    Trivia

  • The one person who noticed the advance of the evening -- the one person who thought of the flying time and the stationary Pentecosts in the boat -- was young Pedgift.

    Armadale

  • The Pentecosts were killed when the motorcycle they were riding collided head-on with a pickup truck driven by 32-year-old Travis Fuqua, east of East Helena.

    greatfallstribune.com - Local News

  • The Montana Highway Patrol said Fuqua was trying to make a left turn from U.S. Highway 12 east of East Helena when his pickup truck crashed into an oncoming motorcycle being ridden by the Pentecosts.

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  • One day my mother told me that she was impressed with how quickly I got rid of the Pentecosts and Jehova’s Witnesses and asked me how I did it.

    Matthew Yglesias » Endgame

  • God lets these wicked men live that He may make jewels out of them for coronets, that He may make tongues of fire out of them for Pentecosts, that He may make warriors out of them for Armageddons, that he may make conquerors out of them for the day when they shall ride at the head of the white-horse host in the grand review of the resurrection.

    New Tabernacle Sermons

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