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15841656
an English cleric, theologian and writer. An eminent if modest divine and critic, his posthumous works earned him the title of the Ever-memorable. His reports to Carleton are included in his Golden Remains; an additional letter (11–22 December 1618) is given in Carleton's Letters (1757), and is in the 1765 edition of Hales's Works.
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Digladiation: Crossing of swords, hand-to-hand fighting; more often, wrangling, verbal disputation. Latin di, dis, asunde...
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