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1. Two years after his death the bishop was canonised.
2. To introduce canonised solicitors into the Supreme Court of the universe is to disrupt this system.
3. Both men were secular mystics who chose to canonise their own tastes.
4. Most of those canonised made no claims to perform showy miracles such as mystic flying.
5. Seven who hold the sceptre shall perish, one of them being canonised. The bellies of mothers shall be cut open, and babies will be born prematurely.
6. Seven who hold the sceptre shall perish, one of them being canonised.
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