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anti-roman French [ɑ̃tirɔmɑ̃]
n pl anti-romans [ɑ̃tirɔmɑ̃]
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) another term for antinovel
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By 1994 the Arch bishop's petulant anti-Roman liberalism had long since been recognized by many, including the Vatican.
The other chief contender, the head of the Church headquarters' administration, Metropolitan Kliment, is regarded as an uncontroversial safe pair of hands in political circles, but is also known for strongly anti-Roman Catholic views, said Filatov.
He is correct that the institution's official stance is not anti-Roman Catholic, and that some people will be anti-catholic, but not hundreds and certainly not all members.
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