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obtained

   Document,  Part
1 7,1| subject to error, that he has obtained the grace of God. ~CHAPTER 2 7,1| merited eternal life, to be obtained also in its (due) time, 3 7,1| and signs of Justification obtained, but not a cause of the 4 8,1| those churches, the one last obtained only excepted, shall be 5 8,1| such as shall have been obtained by surreption or obreption 6 8,1| have been surreptitiously obtained, which having been granted 7 8,1| straitened because of a Benefice obtained, or about to be obtained: 8 8,1| obtained, or about to be obtained: various penalties on contraveners. ~ 9 14,3| obreption of any grace, obtained under false pretences, for 10 14,3| ascertained, that it was obtained by the statement of what 11 15,1| did fearful penance and obtained mercy from the Lord. Wherefore 12 22,2| bishop, until they shall have obtained a sufficient ecclesiastical 13 23,4| of those who shall have obtained them. And as to those dispensations 14 23,4| shall, furthermore, have obtained absolution from the Roman 15 24,2| judged capable; and has obtained their approval, which shall 16 25,3| Ordinary, they shall have obtained permission from him for 17 25,4| their accounts, may have obtained a quittance or discharge 18 26,2| who, as soon as he has obtained some certain information 19 26,3| be erected, being first obtained. ~CHAPTER IV. ~A Regular 20 26,3| any privilege or faculty, obtained from others in regard hereof 21 26,3| bishop, or of the Superior, obtained in writing, under the pain 22 26,3| mare magnum, even those obtained at their foundation, as 23 26,4| patronage, not legitimately obtained, are to be revoked. ~Even 24 26,4| part presumed to have been obtained by usurpation rather than 25 26,4| regarded as having been obtained surreptitiously; notwithstanding 26 26,4| the last forty years, have obtained their effect and a complete 27 26,4| shall be found to have been obtained by surreption, or obreption, 28 26,4| committed cannot be perfectly obtained; and hence causes are sometimes 29 26,4| whatsoever which have not obtained their full effect. But,


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