papish

papish

(ˈpeɪpɪʃ)
n
(Roman Catholic Church) a Roman Catholic
adj
(Roman Catholic Church) Roman Catholic
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It’s neither a Methodie, nor a Papish, nor Parsbetyrian, that he is, but just nothing at all; and it’s hard to think that he, ‘who will not fight the good fight, under the banners of a rig’lar church, in this world, will be mustered among the chosen in heaven,’ as my husband, the captain there, as ye call him, says—though there is but one captain that I know, who desarves the name.
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The little Tinker children's arm bands were tame in contrast to the content of the Columbia Free Press Underground, the newspaper that Barbara Papish distributed as a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.
Jonathan Papish, an industry analyst at (http://www.chinafilminsider.com) China Film Insider , told International Business Times that the studio's marketing campaign is emphasizing the parts of "Resurgence" Chinese fans are familiar with: Emmerich, explosions and Angelababy.
It's the ninth Nye Beach Mystery by Toledo author and artist Ram Papish. Would-be sleuths may pick up their $10 packets with clues on how to solve the crime from 9 a.m.
Instead, I pray every day with a Book of Common Prayer that belonged to my Episcopalian grandmother, at a little shrine my roommate and I have decked out with Greek icons, Irish prayer cards, Italian prayer beads, and Mexican saint candles: it's gaudy and papish enough to make a Puritan faint in horror.
A deftly composed work of impressive scholarship and research, and enhanced with occasional illustrations by Ram Papish, "California Condors in the Pacific Northwest" is a strongly recommend addition to professional and academic library Contemporary Wildlife Studies reference collections in general, and California Condor studies supplemental reading lists in particular.
MD OH Brian Panik, DO HI Mark Papish, MD NY David Pasquale.
Her topics include cleansing the temple and burying the disciple of Aristotle, fortune-seekers and rebels, visions of times and eternity, the Alphen Pig War, papish angels and demons, and hieroglyphs and spectatorial satire.
"papish" immigrants and for inculcating Protestant values and