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  • noun Plural form of abjurer.


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  • But many of these rickshaw pullers, rag pickers, vagrants and other destitute snuggle upto each other among dry leaves or generate heat by burning tyres did those striking abjurers shed a tear for any one of these ones.

    Social Responsibility or Corporate Responsibility.

  • The abjurers were berated by their brother and sister Witnesses for their disloyalty to Jehovah.

    Commandant of Auschwitz

  • Many of the abjurers, especially among the women, later felt remorse and repudiated their signatures.

    Commandant of Auschwitz

  • Yes, fanatic priests deserve to die; but there is an anti-revolutionary way of combating fanaticism; abjurers, too, may be guilty of a crime.

    Dieux ont soif. English

  • These are refractory heretics, atheists, antichristians, worldly - wise ones, abjurers of the faith, persecutors of the church, and an infinity of such like wretches, who are abandoned entirely to the punishment of conscience, more tormenting than flame or devil, which domineers over them ceaselessly and without restraint.

    The Sleeping Bard or, Visions of the World, Death, and Hell


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