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the Creed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe Creedthe CreedRRCa formal statement of belief spoken in certain Christian churches creed
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the CreedThus it could not compete with Lancashire, and rigid protection of the home market became the creed of all Catalan industrialists.Far into the next century, Du Bois lost support of many black church people when he espoused the creed of Marxism.I still can not go to a service, nor say the Creed.The former depicted the royal coat of arms, texts from the scriptures, the Creed, or the Lord's Prayer.Surely they must have some doubts, made some mental reservations to the creed they so confidently recited morning and night.
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