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  • n. Plural form of inaugurator.


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  • Tullyhogue was not "presumably O'Neill's own residence" but rather that of the O'Hagans, legal advisers and inaugurators of the O'Neill kings.

    Review of Contested Island: Ireland 1460-1630, by SJ Connolly

  • Bacon, Hobbes, Locke, and Descartes were the inaugurators of a school of thought which is characterized by its practical spirit; and while these men professed theistic beliefs, their systems of thought had done much, when applied and amplified by their followers, to undermine that belief.

    The Necessity of Atheism

  • The more we examine this magic formula which is to transform the world into a Paradise for the workers, the more we shall see that it approximates to the system of Super Capitalism, of which, as Werner Sombart has shown, the Jews were the principal inaugurators.

    Secret Societies And Subversive Movements

  • Still there are those who have much to say about the vulgarity contained in the modern drama, and how its inaugurators and following present the ugly and untruthful.

    Mother Earth, Vol. 1 No. 2, April 1906 Monthly Magazine Devoted to Social Science and Literature

  • They were to be kings of Israel as well as inaugurators of a new regime of moral and spiritual life.


  • His conviction in 1861 was the same as that held by him, when more than thirty years of reflection had passed by, that the inaugurators of the Civil War of

    Charles Carleton Coffin War Correspondent, Traveller, Author, and Statesman

  • In the name of my great countrywomen, inaugurators and leaders of the woman's rights movement in America, the eloquent and ardent advocates of liberty for men and women alike, both black and white; in the name of the officers of the National Woman

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • The inaugurators of these changes had passed away in their turn, and at last a reaction had commenced.

    Tom Brown at Oxford

  • The same reasoning will apply to the indefinite number of supposed indemonstrable truths exempted from the profane approach of philosophic investigation by the amiable Beattie, and other less eloquent and not more profound inaugurators of common sense on the throne of philosophy; a fruitless attempt, were it only that it is the two-fold function of philosophy to reconcile reason with common sense, and to elevate common sense into reason.

    Biographia Literaria

  • Minnie's and Mabel's healths were drunk with much enthusiasm, as the original inaugurators of the good work, and then the health of all the young ladies together, which was responded to on their behalf by Mr. Kimberly who expressed the great delight he experienced in reviewing the fruit of such a successful venture, and congratulated his workmen on having for their champions such a bevy of fair reformers, which remark was wildly applauded by the whole assemblage.

    Hollowmell or, A Schoolgirl's Mission


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