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- Beaconites is an ichnogenus known from the Beacon Supergroup, Antarctica, comprising a large, segmented burrow, bearing superficial resemblance to the...
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- corresponded only with the Orthodox and mostly ignored the Hicksites. The Beaconite Controversy arose in England from the book A Beacon to the Society of...
- Crewdson founded the short-lived "Evangelical Friends", who were termed "Beaconites" by Quakers. They first met for Sunday worship on 18 September 1836 at...
- influential figures to abandon the Quakers and join the Brethren during the Beaconite controversy Lancelot Brentontranslator of the Gr****-English edition...
- Over 315,000 students Color(s)          Athletics conference Beaconhouse International Student Convention Alumni Beaconite Website www.beaconhouse.net...
- (1780–1844), English Quaker minister and founder of the Evangelical Friends or Beaconites Stephen Crisp (1628–1692), English writer and recorded Quaker minister...
- apocryphal texts. A larger rift in the Society, the members being known as Beaconites being followers of Isaac Crewdson's A Beacon to the Society of Friends...
- for food, leaving a mound of piled sediment at the end of each trace. Beaconites McLean, Graham (4 July 2014). "A Comparative Study of the Australian Fossil...
- "KU Ichnology". ichnology.ku.edu. Retrieved 2019-05-28. "The ichnogenus Beaconites and its distinction from Ancorichnus and Taenidium | The Palaeontological...
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