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- n. Alternative form of eckle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The European green woodpecker; -- also called ecall, eaquall, yaffle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. See eckle.
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Health Care for All by scott@lincolnvo ... on February 2, 2009 - 3: 44am eccle Single-payer health care for all is essential -- it makes sense financially and it is much more broadly and deeply supported in this country than current perception would suggest.
Angliae scriptoribus (Paris, 1623); OUDIN, Scriptores eccle.
All revelation (such is the popular thought!) must come from the schools and along the line of scholarly and eccle -
Cor.v. 3-5 Viri ergo Apostolici et veterea quique contuinaces et eccle slastica censura dignos e contubernio sanctorum abjecerent, excludentes eoa a sacris cætibus, et communione corporis et sanguinis mystici.
As a man of learning, in which capacity the name of Usher became celebrated throughout Europe, and is especially known to modern times, his principal services to the cause of literature were in the departments of eccle - siastical history and chronology, which, in - deed, in his writings go hand in hand.
IS a secret that I cannot find out; none of our eccle - siastical historians, that I have seen, taking notice of it.
He erected an office, that office, which he called the legatine court; and as he was now, by means of the pope's commiflion and the king*s favour, invelled with all power, both eccle - iiaflical and civil, no man knew what bounds were to be fet to the authority of his new tribunal.
"SUPREMACY of the prjnce, over all caufes eccle - fiaflical," would indeed ceaie.
A review of ecclesiastical establishments in Europe : containing their history ... : and an essay tending to shew both the political and moral necessity of abolishing exclusive establishments, with answers to some principal objections
He fummoned a council at Placentia, which confifted of four thoufand eccle - fiaflics, and thirty thoufand feculars; and which was o numerous that no hall could contain the multitude, and it was necefiary to hold the affembly in a plain.
I fufpected, however, what I found to be the cafe, that the eccle - fiaftics diftribute money, and that the con - vents adminifter bread and broth every day at noon, to all who make application at their gates.