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The Disappointment, or The Force of Credulity is a ballad opera in two acts with a prologue and epilogue, to a text by an unknown author writing under the pseudonym " Andrew Barton ".

In one of his prints, William Hogarth likewise attacked Methodists as "enthusiasts" full of "Credulity,
from the Missa Tempore paschali, and 10- and 12- voice settings of the Regina caeli.

After credo is unable to perform this task Agnus kidnaps kyrie.

The film's original title was credo and some marketing work was done under that name; a trailer and a poster were both produced.

The word derives from the Latin : credo for I believe (because the Latin translation of the Apostles' Creed and the Nicene Creed both begin with this word).

The title song, "Dear Mr. President", was a solo by Pete Seeger, and its lines expressed his life-long credo: Now, Mr. President, / We haven't always agreed in the past, I know, / But that ain't at all important now.

For Sullivan this was distilled wisdom, an aesthetic credo, the single "rule that shall permit of no exception".

Individual mass movements, and especially pairs of movements (such as Gloria-credo pairs, or Sanctus-Agnus pairs), were commonly composed during the 14th and early 15th centuries.

Quite contemptuously, Scholem had challenged Benjamin's commitment to the "credo" of communism.

The concept of Reasonable Contact If the Family Division's working credo, 'All cases are different', is correct, then any facts can lead to any outcome.

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