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a.1.Having power to divorce; tending to divorce.
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Inherently divorcive," Miltonic liberty insists that "'the inward and irremediable disposition of man' must serve as the fulcrum for private acts of interpretation concerning the reformation and regulation of the church, the subject, and the state" (Introduction 10-11).