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the Reformation

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthe Reformationthe ReformationRRCthe religious changes in Europe in the 16th century, that resulted in the Protestant churches being established reformation
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the ReformationThere is of course nothing new in finding new uses: Malmesbury Abbey after the Reformation became Britain's first clothing factory.After the Reformation several were ordained in the Anglican Church while others became active Nonconformists.His writings and public orations constantly attack Protestantism and blame the Reformation for many ills.It was the corruption of the Roman Catholic clergy in medieval times that paved the way for the Reformation.Haigh's denial of the existence of anti-clericalism on the eve of the Reformation is a case in point.Miracles were performed at his tomb and until the Reformation there was a cult of St Richard the Hermit there.
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