Bishop


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Bish·op

(bish'ŏp),
Louis F., U.S. physician, 1864-1941. See: Bishop sphygmoscope.
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He couldn't work if it weren't for capital," the Bishop interrupted.
The Church does not condone it," the Bishop objected.
Now, thou art a saucy varlet to speak so to my crest," quoth the Bishop, frowning on Robin.
Said the Bishop to himself, while he looked grimly at Robin, "When this wedding is gone by I will have this fellow well whipped for his saucy tongue and bold speech.
Thereat the Bishop of London was angry again, and cried out saying that it was not the custom for those who had come to answer for their misdeeds to sit.
quoth the Bishop, "and what do you here at the church-door with you harp and saucy air?
Bishop said he was glad to think that this wealth flowed into the coffers of a gentleman who was always disposed to maintain the best interests of Society.
If it's Parry," said the bishop, "I have nothing to fear; so allow me to salute your majesty and to tell you who I am and for what I am come.
One garment was all that Norman of Torn would permit him, and as the sun was hot overhead he selected for the Bishop a bassinet for that single article of apparel, to protect his tonsured pate from the rays of old sol.
He rendered clear and familiar to himself that vast and tumultuous period of civil law and canon law in conflict and at strife with each other, in the chaos of the Middle Ages,--a period which Bishop Theodore opens in 618, and which Pope Gregory closes in 1227.
If you, who are the valet, hope for dispensation to commit a crime, shall not I, the friend of your bishop, have dispensation for eating meat at the call of my stomach?
Baisemeaux accompanied the bishop to the bottom of the steps.