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1. The Church's canon law forbids remarriage of divorced persons.
2. He had to read a canon of accepted literary texts.
3. Richard refused to trade in his old Canon cameras.
4. 'Wuthering Heights' is a central book in the canon of English literature.
5. Canon John and the capacity audience of well-wishers were presented with a wealth of talent and a variety of music.
6. Canon Bob Spence, the senior Catholic priest in Darlington, said he was delighted with the news.
7. In the twelfth century the canon lawyers devised an elaborate, and comparatively humane, legal framework for poor relief.
8. For a time he served as canon and treasurer of Salisbury Cathedral, having been ordained a priest several years before.
9. No one who had seen Canon Grindal's ugly face and then heard his beautiful chord-like voice could ever forget.
10. Canon used mechatronics - electronically controlled precision mechanics - to produce the miniature printer.
11. Canon law, on the other hand, was the clay with which the pope could mould society.
12. Private interment took place in York led by Canon O'Mahony with immediate family and Martha present.
13. And a film and video canon, or standard of excellence, is developing by which to measure theatrical productions of Shakespeare.
14. As a body they upheld the interpretation of canon law as prohibiting women from this ceremony.
15. In rabbinic canon law, the rabbi explained, human life does not simply begin at conception.
16. It is compatible with the canon of artistic detachment, but it can cause controversy.
17. According to canon law, that should be done.
18. The Reverend Canon Something-or-the-other was rounding it off.
19. One passionate advocate of appraisals is Canon Hardaker, whose lucid guidelines should be compulsory reading for many a line manager.
20. Canon Oates held another vigil to mark John's five hundredth day in August.
21. Sometimes they had to attend the fashionable church in Mayfair where Canon Broome's brother-in-law was rector.
22. He has now acted in all 37 plays of the Shakespeare canon.
23. As an example, Graff raises the relation of a feminist literary canon to more familiar ones.
24. There could not be more genuine worth in human beings in Canon Wheeler's judgement.
25. Therefore church law must do it - that is, canon law.
26. Some analysts also said that a joint venture with Canon is possible.
27. Herbert would seem to be far more obviously the choice for literary study(sentencedict.com), and the institutional canon confirms this.
28. The committee urged a ban on cameras, expressed in a recommendation that came to be known as Canon 35.
29. One also welcomes the shortening of the intercessions as compared with the length of those found in the Roman canon.
30. From this pontificate come, not surprisingly, important collections of church, or canon, law.
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