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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See vindicate.

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  • : It is not permitted to a woman, to speake in the congregation, nether to teache, nether to baptise, nether to vendicate to her selfe any office of man.

    The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women.

  • For thus he writeth in his book _de virginibus velandis_ [41]: It is not permitted to a woman, to speake in the congregation, nether to teache, nether to baptise, nether to vendicate to her selfe any office of man.

    The First Blast of the Trumpet against the monstrous regiment of Women

  • For divers men having attained to a great perfection in learning, & yet remaining overbare (alas) of the spirit of regeneration and frutes thereof: finding all naturall thinges common, aswell to the stupide pedants as vnto them, they assaie to vendicate vnto them a greater name, by not onlie knowing the course of things heavenlie, but likewise to cling to the knowledge of things to come thereby.

    Daemonologie.

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