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Thirty-nine Articles

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(Anglicanism) a set of formulas defining the doctrinal position of the Church of England, drawn up in the 16th century, to which the clergy are required to give general consent
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'It would be the same as if you, as a journalist, wrote, for instance, ten articles, consisting of ten pages each, between January and June last year, but this year you wrote only two, consisting of 150 pages each.
I knew that I wanted to choose approximately ten articles from our archival repository to spotlight and reprint in the issue, but didn't want my own personal preferences or areas of expertise to determine what those ten articles would be.
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Critique: Enhanced with figures and tables, the ten articles comprising ""Tapping the Oceans: Seawater Desalination and the Political Ecology of Water" is an extraordinary work of seminal scholarship.
This is when your professor in Criminal Law I will ask you to recite the first ten articles in the Revised Penal Code, Book I, while you're standing up, sweat dribbling down your back because the professor said you missed "one word" in Article 5.
This is what makes it possible for us to present to you the ten articles of this edition.
As for the feasibility of establishing such a State Council, Advisor at the Amiri Diwan Dr Adel Al-Tabtabaie noted that the Kuwaiti constitution consists of no less than ten articles and clauses allowing its establishment.
Ten articles were replaced, with the purpose of avoiding the involvement of state institutions in any legal disputes with investors who made legal contracts prior to the adoption of the law in early 2012.
This retrospective of Hansen and SargentsAE efforts to refine rational expectations econometrics reprints ten articles originally published in the Journal of Economic Theory and other journals between 1995 and 2012.
At first glance, the ten articles may seem more like a collage of unrelated topics rather than a thematic issue of the JCCA, but further inspection belies that apparent randomness.
Ten articles of the 132-article bill were passed after midnight on Saturday.
Following the ten articles that comprise this special "numero monografico," the Fall 2014 issue of Cervantes concludes with a book review written by William Childers, who discusses Aurora Egido's 2011 book El discreto encanto de Cervantes y el crisol de la prudencia.