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Definition of Quakers
quakerNankeen Nan*keen", n. [So called from its being originally
manufactured at Nankin, in China.] [Written also nankin.]
1. A species of cloth, of a firm texture, originally brought
from China, made of a species of cotton (Gossypium
religiosum) that is naturally of a brownish yellow color
quite indestructible and permanent.
2. An imitation of this cloth by artificial coloring.
3. pl. Trousers made of nankeen. --Ld. Lytton.
Nankeen bird (Zo["o]l.), the Australian night heron
(Nycticorax Caledonicus); -- called also quaker.
Meaning of Quakers from wikipedia
- In 2017, there
were an estimated
377,557 adult Quakers
, 49% of them in Africa. Some 89% of Quakers worldwide belong
- Sydney, Australia Quakers
, the nickname
F.C. in the north
and many other businesses
in Darlington Quakers
, the nickname
- the City of Blacktown. Quakers
Hill is part of the Greater Western Sydney
Hill is colloquially known
'. The first recorded
- Philadelphia Quakers
of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting
of the Religious Society
Phillies, an American...
Penn in 1682, as a safe place
to live and practice their
have been a significant
part of the movements
- Australia, many Quakers
of homo****ual relationships, while views
are divided among
U.S. meetings. The majority
(52%) of Quakers
live in Africa...
- Friends, as part of the Quaker tradition
of s****ing truth. Non-theism among Quakers probably dates
to the 1930s, when some Quakers
- The Religious Society
of Free Quakers
, originally called
"The Religious Society
of Friends, by some styled
the Free Quakers
," was established
- Quaker Meeting
meeting, the basic
unit of administration
in the Religious Society
for worship, a Quaker...
- the Quakers
and of Quaker
Oats." In 1946, graphic designer
Jim Nash created
a black-and-white head-and-shoulders portrait
of the smiling Quaker
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