from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The post, station, or relation of a servant.


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  • To desire kingship rather than servantship -- the Cockatrice's sin, or deaf Death rather than hearkening Life -- the Adder's sin, -- these are both possible to all the intelligences of the universe.

    Our Fathers Have Told Us Part I. The Bible of Amiens

  • It is woven into the fabric of servantship and cannot be escaped.

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  • Can we PLEASE be allowed to adore God without being forced to applaud those who are supposed to be pointing us to our Lord and not mere servantship?

    Adoro te Devote

  • And she has the commitment to Country First to do whatever her servantship personality will dedicate for the good.


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