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unitarian

(ū-nĭ-tār′ē-ăn) [L. unitarius]
Composed of a single unit.
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All of Us," S/O 2017), the nearly 130-year-old Unitarian Universalist community in Spokane, Washington, and its early relationship with John Dietrich was downplayed.
Written by Michel Mohr, a specialist in Japanese Buddhism, this fascinating book looks at Unitarian mission in Japan between 1887 and 1922.
Among those buried there are the Chartists Matthew John and his father the Rev David John, the former Merthyr Unitarian minister.
At the same time, the political activities of the Unitarians also informed Thomas Mann's Order of the Day (so the title of an English collection of his political essays).
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NNA - Arab Unitarian Party marked Sunday the 31st annual commemoration of the Golan Heights decision in a ceremony held at the "Shouf Compound" in Bkline.
The Unitarians helped shape middle-class culture with their emphasis on individual liberty.
Elizabeth Cleghorn Stevenson was born a Unitarian and was closely connected with Unitarianism all her life.
In the spring of 2009, after a year of study, the congregation at the First Unitarian Church voted to become an officially "Welcoming Congregation" to the GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender) communities.
A FORMER taxman is to be recognised for his service to the Unitarian Church.
With the Unitarians coming on board and Dr Reid agreeing to consider a pardon for Harry Farr, we could soon achieve our goal.
The news of the closure of Cardiff's West Grove Unitarian Church will cause many Christians to rejoice rather than mourn.
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