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1 He grew up in a strict church-going family.
2 The writer professed to be church-going, happily married, to have a large house and be infatuated with young children.
3 Churchgoing in Britain is declining.
4 However, now that they had family responsibilities and were beginning to put down roots, they returned to their former church-going.
5 There has been a marked fall in church-going; in all our cities,(www.Sentencedict.com) the institution of marriage is in severe decline.
6 Even such observable facts as churchgoing are hard to interpret.
7 And in general all churchgoing Latinos tend to see themselves as renewing Christianity in America.
8 Victoria's churchgoing Governor, David de Krester, is among them.
9 I knew that poor people often save their best clothes, sometimes their only respectable apparel, for churchgoing.
10 I often wonder just how extraordinary some of our customs must appear to those who have no experience of churchgoing.
11 Britain's sense of moral superiority is not supported by churchgoing , but it persists none the less.
12 It seemed to be the product of individual decisions made by the rational, churchgoing English public.
13 Cook Islanders are devout Christians and Sunday is a day of rest and churchgoing.
14 There's no question that homophobia is a problem in the black community, especially the churchgoing segment of said community.
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