The Christians were attacked on slanderous charges of superstition and secret abominations, but not as a church.
of Scotland has been almost as much the butt of slanderous charges as the Jacobite James III.
His real history remains unknown; we have only Ferrerius, who is vague, and the late and slanderous gossip of the writers of the Reformation.
In the end Bolsec was banished from Geneva; he ultimately rejoined the Roman communion and in 1577 avenged himself by a particularly slanderous biography of Calvin.
slanderous lies about Jim.
Carbohydrates - Much like fat, the carbohydrate is another victim of a slanderous media campaign.
This was to be the root of Miles' distrust with Cardassians, often referring to them with the slanderous term "Cardies".
slanderous, inaccurate comments.
slanderous reports, vain jests, wanton speeches, creep into the heart!
slanderous statements, or anything else that might violate someone's privacy.
When abbots dined in their own private hall, the rule of St Benedict charged them to invite their monks to their table, provided there was room, on which occasions the guests were to abstain from quarrels, slanderous talk and idle gossiping.
Would Tess McDermott explain this please, or otherwise apologize to the BNP and withdraw this slanderous accusation.
DO NOT post defamatory, slanderous, inaccurate comments.
How soon do slanderous reports, vain jests, wanton speeches, creep into the heart !
Do n't make slanderous statements, or anything else that might violate someone 's privacy.
The creditor used a ' father and son ' role to convince people of his slanderous lies about Jim.
Inside the plant the CGT intensified its slanderous campaign.
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