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The professed
Provessel Pro*vessel", a. Openly declared, avowed, acknowledged, or claimed; as, a professed foe; a professed tyrant; a professed Christian. The professed (R. C. Ch.), a certain class among the Jesuits bound by a special vow. See the note under Jesuit.

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- be required for the exercise of civil or political rights." Census data from 2010 found that about 80.58% of the po****tion professed Catholicism. Around...
- In the Society of Jesus, a professed house was a residence where - in a spirit of radical poverty - no member had a stable income. The Jesuit priests...
- identity. However, in the West wing, the same figure professed an Islamic and not a secular identity. Furthermore, the same figure in the East wing described...
- January 14, 2016, The Nation endorsed Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for President. In their reasoning, the editors of The Nation professed that "Bernie Sanders...
- argument that people do not act for their professed idealistic reasons, and instead she learned to look for the "hidden and interested motives". While living...
- case in '84 is the nearest analogy; but then the people only confirmed the Sovereign's choice; here every Conservative candidate professed himself in plain...
- the witness and recipient of the promise. For example, see the Book of Judges or the Bodhisattva vows. In the Roman Catholic Code of Canon Law, the vow...
- Goupil (1608–1642), and Jean de Lalande (d. 1646), Professed Priests and Religious of the Jesuits; among the North American Martyrs (France – Canada – U.S...
- William Herndon, "a studious young man." True to his record, Lincoln professed to friends in 1861 to be "an old line Whig, a disciple of Henry Clay."...
- houses, the full observance of the Canonical Hours had become the task of a sub-group of 'Cloister Monks', such that the majority of the professed members...
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