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1, The revolution caused a radical reformation of the society.
2, He devoted his energies to the reformation of science.
3, He's undergone something of a reformation - he's a changed man.
4, When Boehme wrote, the Reformation was still fresh.
5, After the Reformation, many Catholics recanted to avoid punishment.
6, During and after the Reformation, attitudes changed more quickly.
7, It was not until the Reformation in 1660 that the spiced loaves were replaced by hot cross buns.
8, The huge sell-out reformation shows earlier this year were something they never achieved in their chart heyday.
9, Whatever the cause, the reformation of our family, with Dad at the head(sentencedict.com), never again came to be.
10, Even during the Reformation it was biblical scenes likely to promote superstition and idolatry that came down.
11, The Reformation accelerated this process, even though the Bible had become the primary if not the sole authority of the churches.
12, After the Reformation the monasteries were largely destroyed or fell into ruin.
13, In the Reformation this had been North-South between Protestants and Catholics.
14, In so far as he contended for a reformation of poetic diction, he undertook a useful task.
15, Not that the leaders of the Reformation were blind to this.
16, The Synod's declarations prevailed de jure but not de facto in the Roman Catholic Church down to the Reformation era.
17, The second part of Duffy's book is a detailed chronology of the Reformation.
18, Advanced classes study the classical works of the most influential writers of the Patristic, Medieval,[http://sentencedict.com/reformation.html] Reformation and Modern periods.
19, The scene of many public ceremonies and processions prior to the Reformation, the church underwent many alterations.
20, Miracles were performed at his tomb and until the Reformation there was a cult of St Richard the Hermit there.
21, Protestant humanism was the source from which the great flood of the Reformation flowed between the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries.
22, In the sixteenth century, opposition to the religious implications of Copernican cosmology came initially from the Reformation.
23, The contemplatives, however, with whom Scale 2 is chiefly concerned, go further into reformation in feeling.
24, Sandys set out the ways and means of his reformation in the form of a five-year rolling programme.
25, Paragraph 3 of Article 10 states that the essential aim of the penal system is reformation and social rehabilitation.
26, There is of course nothing new in finding new uses: Malmesbury Abbey after the Reformation became Britain's first clothing factory.
27, It was the corruption of the Roman Catholic clergy in medieval times that paved the way for the Reformation.
28, This is the distance travelled to the greater security of reformation in feeling.
29, His writings and public orations constantly attack Protestantism and blame the Reformation for many ills.
30, Haigh's denial of the existence of anti-clericalism on the eve of the Reformation is a case in point.
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