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  • The 閙igr閟 who followed him pertinaciously were refused audience, or when they forced themselves on him, were peremptorily denied all help.
  • The heretic who is aware that his belief is at odds with Catholic teaching and yet continues to cling to his belief pertinaciously is a formal heretic.
  • George Washington was so appalled by them that he told Patrick Henry that if " systematically and pertinaciously pursued ", they would " dissolve the union or produce coercion ".
  • Washington was so appalled by the resolutions that he told Patrick Henry that, if " systematically and pertinaciously pursued ", the resolutions would " dissolve the union or produce coercion ."
  • In the Senate, John Gunther wrote, Bridges was " an aggressive reactionary on most issues . . . and he is pertinaciously engaged in a continual running fight with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ."
  • George Washington was so appalled by them that he told Patrick Henry that if " systematically and pertinaciously pursued ", they would " dissolve the union or produce coercion . " The influence of Jefferson's doctrine of states'rights reverberated to the Civil War and beyond.
  • For'by far the most august part of the Church consists of the bishops, . . . hence, whoever resists them or pertinaciously refuses obedience to them puts himself apart from the Church . . . . On the other hand, to pass judgment upon or to rebuke the acts of bishops does not at all belong to private individuals . . . . At most, it is allowed in matters of grave complaint to refer the whole case to the Roman Pontiff'."
  • For ( and this in the second place I recant ), in the letters which I have clandestinely sent to sundry persons, I have pertinaciously, without solid reasons, alleged against the magistracy that the [ aerial ] flight of witches is false and imaginary; asserting, moreover, that the wretched creatures are compelled by the severity of the torture to confess things which they have never done, and that by cruel butchery innocent blood is shed and by a new alchemy gold and silver coined from human blood.
  • In every " other " transaction of life no man's wits could be more regular than those of Smart, for this prevalence of one idea pertinaciously keeping the first place in his head had in no sense, except in what immediately related to itself, perverted his judgement at all; his opinions were unchanged as before, nor did he seem more likely to fall into a state of " distraction " than any other man; less so, perhaps, as he calmed every violent start of passion by prayer.
  • In the first place, I revoke, condemn, reject, and censure the idea ( which both in words and writing I have often and before many persons pertinaciously asserted, and which I wished to be the head and front of this my disputation ) that the things which are written about the bodily transportation or translation of witches, male and female, are altogether fanciful and must be reckoned the empty superstition; [ and this I recant ] both because it smacks of rank heresy and because this opinion partakes of sedition and hence savors of the crime of treason.