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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of unhallow.


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  • Or strands upon near shallows The wreck whose weirded form at night unhallows

  • To entreat them to consider what an high pitch of boldness it is for man to cut a principal ordinance out of the Kingdom of God, if it be but to make a disloca - tion, which so far disgoods the ordinance, 1 fear it alto - gether unhallows it; to transplace or transtime a stated institution of Jesus Christ, without his direction, I think is to destroy it.

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