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1, We've opened a non-denominational advisory centre for teenagers.
2, It was basically envisaged to be of national proportions as well as non-denominational, with religious instruction given in separate classes.
3, St Paul's is a national non-denominational society with 75 ministers.
4, Religious education in these schools is officially non-denominational or biblically based and loyalist sentiments are promoted.
5, In 1992 the court barred a nondenominational prayer at a middle-school graduation.
6, Archbishop McHale, who opposed the non-denominational system,(http://sentencedict.com/nondenominational.html) was hoping for a verdict to support his views.
7, These schools were to be non-denominational and open to inspection.
8, Our Church is a nondenominational evangelical church ministered by pastor and deacons.
9, Princeton is an independent, coeducational, nondenominational institution that provides undergraduate and graduate instruction in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences and engineering.
10, Some are exclusively for women, other for executives or human resources workers. There are clubs for Christians and clubs for Jewish professionals (though Temple Beth El's is nondenominational).
11, In England, where the Anglican Church is established by law, nondenominational or inter-faith chapels in such institutions may nonetheless be consecrated by the local Anglican bishop.
12, Mr. Jones's plans also drew censure locally in Gainesville, where despite its small size, the 24-year-old nondenominational church is well-known and has been under intense government scrutiny.
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