cavillation

cavillation

(ˌkævɪˈleɪʃən)
n
any objection made to or dispute raised about trivial points or frivolities
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29) Thomas Cranmer, "An Answer to a Crafty and Sophistical Cavillation Devised by Stephen Gardiner," in Writings and Disputations of Thomas Cranmer Relative to the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, ed.
Cette journee renvoie a la beaute et a l'esthetique, et a ete une source d'inspiration pour les etudiants afin de reveler les coutumes, gastronomie, art, modes de vie et toute une vision du monde de la cavillation indienne.
Zacchaeus was a tax collector, and was rich when he received Jesus as a guest in his house: "And Zacchaeus stood forth, and said unto the Lord, Behold, Lord, the half of my goods I give to the poor: and if I have taken from any man by forged cavillation, I restore him fourfold.