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61. As a Puritan, he is strict in moral and religion.
62. Besides, it is said that the witness is a Puritan.
63. He inherited characteristic Puritan preoccupations with sin, with gilt and with secrecy.
64. The Puritan who is in every tru Sansculotte rose up against him in Beethoven, though Mozart had shewn him all the possibilities of nineteenth-century music.
65. Because a Puritan named John Harvard bequeathed his library to the school, the school was named after him.
66. There's also a more specific, a more local, reason for which our John Milton was susceptible to this profit-and-loss rhetoric of Calvinist puritan theology.
67. When I first saw the room its walls were blackened with the smoke of unnumbered years, and made still blacker by the grim prints of Puritan ministers that hung around.
68. Within a century of the first settlements the Puritan disciplines were a good deal relaxed.
69. Many of the old puritan colonist retain their factious temperament in the new world.
70. The extremer Puritan mood had gone.Sentencedict.com
71. The English Ciil War also called the Puritan Reolution.
72. Joe's grandfather is a fanatical racialist, his adoptive father is a tyrant as well as a pretended pious puritan, Bon's father is a selfish and merciless killer.
73. This dramatic vigour is the chief strength of Puritan writing.
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