In religious matters Calvinists and Lutherans were placed upon an equality, but the elector was unable to impress his own spirit of tolerance upon the clergy, who were occupied with ecclesiastical squabbles while the state of education and of public morals left much to be desired.
His later years were embittered by squabbles with his own clergy, and he died in 578.
A powerful native dynasty reigned in the 12th century, but in 1408 the island was attacked by Chinese, and from 1505 onwards it was distracted by the attacks and squabbles of Europeans.
The monks are stigmatized as pedants who would destroy the joy of life on earth, who are avaricious, dissolute and the breeders of eternal dissensions and squabbles.
These squabbles John Groot is said to have settled by building an octagonal house which had eight entrances and eight tables, so that the head of each family could enter by his own door and sit at the head of his own table.
In this latter part of its course it forms the boundary between Afghan and Persian Seistan, and owing to constant changes in its bed and the swampy nature of its borders it has been a fertile source of frontier squabbles.
The lifestyle would be culture shock enough, but there were so many other things... family squabbles, gender commitments... things he had been foolish enough to believe he could escape so many miles away and in such a different lifestyle.
The romances, the drunken frolics and the laughter are just as important as the squabbles - probably more so.
high-minded men, by their squabbles over things of no importance.
petty squabbles over insignificant items of polity distract us from the goal of winning the world for Christ.
It can help ensure continuity and might avoid future squabbles about how things are done.
What, after all, did local European squabbles matter when Britain was at the heart of a far-flung and world-wide Empire.
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However, politicians on all sides admit such internal squabbles are unlikely to have much effect on tomorrow's result.
This presentation of the game is well done, despites the few minor squabbles I have with the game.
That it was made to a backdrop of political squabbles will have been no surprise to Jayawardene.
squabbles over petty matters, would mar our prospects.
squabbles over the blame as our economy slides.
The mayor should be able to rise above the petty group squabbles and narrow party factionalism.
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However, politicians on all sides admit such internal squabbles are unlikely to have much effect on tomorrow 's result.
Weariness, complacency or discord, squabbles over petty matters, would mar our prospects.
The establishment is dissolving into squabbles over the blame as our economy slides.
Additionally, if squabbles arise, you'll be in the best situation because you'll have a clear head.
Squabbles, fights, angry demonstrations, sometimes even violence can result when their family members confront them with their 'problem'.
As preschool children are just learning to coordinate their social behavior, their interactions are often short and marked by frequent squabbles, and friendships are less stable than at later developmental stages.
It made its debut in 1985, and from the start it followed the path so familiar to most soap operas - its storylines were, and continue to be, rife with subjects involving love affairs, family squabbles and legal issues.
In its early days Neighbours Australian soap explored traditional family problems and domestic squabbles.
Now sole emperor, he saw in the one Catholic church the best means of counteracting the movement in his vast empire towards disintegration; and he at once realized how dangerous dogmatic squabbles might prove to its unity.
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