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Latin 'in-iquity' (by which it is happily enough rendered in our version).
: The Economist writes (without byline, as is its wont) about the parallels between the political and editorial foment that occurred in 17th and 18th century coffeehouses in England and, to a lesser extent, France, and how these centers of iquity (as opposed to iniquity,
Our adversary the Uevil, with all the works of the Devil, are the only enemies that Christ and his people have to encounter, and the omnipotence of the Divine Nature is abundantly sufficient to get the better of these combined enemies; it is therefore when this in - iquity of his heels, compasseth him about, the Redeemer doth not fear: and hence too the request, '■ arise, O Lord, because of mine enemies. "