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He had fashioned his catechism in the form of a novel which, though slight in bulk, is of a fine and satisfying workmanship.
At the same time a whole catechism of thought crime has been deployed to stop real discussion.
Pearl as a narrator, catechism as a form of dialogue and the placing of hands on breasts as a means of defining relationships.
There is neither an encyclical nor a catechism that spells out a political strategy for achieving legislative goals.
To write with an agenda, the writer reflects only the writer and relentlessly shows only that, and is as boring as a catechism.
At five years of age he recited every day on his knees the chief parts of the catechism.

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