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1, He hadn't really expected to actually see Mrs Constantine; she was gaining a rather eccentric reputation.
2, Constantine was declared to be Emperor by divine right.
3, Carried off by Constantine, mutilated by barbarians, the stump of it still stands in Constantine's Hippodrome.
4, He then led a revolt against Constantine in Gaul, which was defeated, and committed suicide at Marseilles in 310.
5, The pagan contemporaries of Constantine were not wrong in saying that he had carried through a huge religious and social revolution.
6, Philip died and was buried at Lydiard Constantine, near Swindon.
7, Constantine was tall, heavily built and had a commanding presence.
8, Constantine has built his literary career by writing about crime in the decaying western Pennsylvania steel town of Rocksburg.
9, Faith, for Constantine, was a political matter; and any faith conducive to unity was treated with forbearance.
10, After his release, Stephen stood be-fore a bewildered Constantine and chose to prove yet other points.
11, Emperor Constantine was said to visit the wise hermit for counsel.
12, At the end of dinner, King Constantine proposed the toast to the bride and bridegroom, then the dancing began.
13, Constantine still wears the International Hockey League championship ring from that season.
14, Under Constantine[sentencedict.com], the Sharks were 55-78-24 and made their only two postseason appearances.
15, Constantine I, baptized on his deathbed, was the first Christian Roman emperor.
16, Constantine was best man at the 1985 London wedding of the now Serbian Crown Princess Katherine, who is Greek, and Serbia's Crown Prince Alexander. Both will be in London for the wedding tomorrow.
17, At last Constantine was forced to summon a council to settle the matter.
18, When Constantine died, his three sons shared the empire.
19, I knew from the thick fragrance that filled the air that it was Mrs. Constantine.
20, After Diocletian had surrendered power there was a time of confusion until Constantine the Great became Emperor in 324.
21, The cult of Mithras was Christianity's main rival at the time of Constantine.
22, Apart from these walls little remains today of the great Roman city laid out by Constantine and his successors.
23, It must be remembered that no complete version of the New Testament survives which pre-dates the reign of Constantine.
24, In 323-4 civil war ended with the elimination of Licinius,[http://sentencedict.com/constantine.html] and Constantine was at last sole ruler.
25, Procedure became uniform in the third century, while early in the fourth the differences of form were abolished by Constantine.
26, A modern Roman Catholic authority recounts a story which brings them up to the fourth century - the time of Constantine.
27, George Grindal remembered that some twelve feet below him lay the remains of a Roman city where once Constantine was proclaimed Emperor.
28, What is significant, as Kee points out, is that the Roman Church assented to the role Constantine arrogated to himself.
29, Finally she came to a decision and went to see Mrs Constantine.
30, In that year, Council of Nicaea was convened by emperor Constantine.
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