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Canon, rule, law: “contrary to thy established proclaimed edict and continent c.” LLL I, 1, 263. “self-love, which is the most inhibited sin in the c.” All's I, 1, 158. the c. of the law (sc. of the divine law) “is laid on him,” John II, 180. “against the hospitable c.” Cor. I, 10, 26. “'twas from the c.” III, 1, 90.*“religious --s, civil laws are cruel,” Tim. IV, 3, 60. “or that the Everlasting had not fixed his c. 'gainst self-slaughter,” Hml. I, 2, 132.
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