Bretheren

Bretheren

 bretheren, brothers collectively; fraternity—Wilkes.
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The minuscule population of wealthy Hindus in Pakistan remains unbothered about their impoverished bretheren, using their adequate resources and political connections to sustain themselves in the country where minorities are discriminated to a large extent.
22LR version has a functional charging handle, a two-position safety that mimics its larger bretheren, a shell deflector and genuine Magpul MBUS folding sights.
Minutes before my abduction, I noticed that after the Sunday service, there were no bretheren inside the church.
So close are you to India that if it rains in India, the UAE resident opens his umbrella and in times of natural disaster in India, it is our bretheren here that is unable to sleep.
xxiii, EETS os no 209 (London, 1940), 46: Sermon 9 addresses its auditors as 'Worshippull bretheren and susteren', and begins with this prayer: 'The [helpe] and pe grace of almyghty God thorowght po3 besechyng of ys blessed modur and mayden, Oure Ladye Seynt Mary, be with vs now at oure begynnynge, helpe vs and spede vs in all oure lyvynge, and brynge vs to pat blis pat neuer shall haue endynge.
For the last cases involving internal ecclesiastical disputes that have reached the SCC, see Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church of Canada v Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Cathedral of St Mary the Protectoress, [1940] SCR 586, 3 DLR 670; Lakeside Colony of Hutterian Bretheren v Hofer, [1992] 3 SCR 165, 81 Man R (2d) 1 [Lakeside],
But be not ye called Rabbi: for one is your master, even Christ; and all ye are bretheren.
The Bretheren of The Beaconsfield Memorial Lodge I.
There are several identified conservative Protestant churches, including Southern Baptist, Assembly of God, Pentecostal, Missionary Alliance, the Church of the Bretheren, Holiness, and Christian Reformed (Bartkowski & Wilcox, 2000; McClung, 2007).
For Beauty", I replied "And I--for Truth--Themself are One-- We Bretheren are", He said-- And so, as Kinsmen, met a Night-- We talked between the Rooms-- Until the Moss had reached our lips-- And covered up--Our names-- (207)
It will also be the first time Lord Nimmo-Smith and his legal bretheren will have been accused of being biased in favour of one football team over another rather than owing their unswerving allegiance to the legal system.