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use "devotee" in a sentence

The label "devotee," adopted in the early 1980s due to the rhyme with "amputee" has entered research usage.

Compare shinzennyo ??? "near goodness female" translating upasika "female disciple; female devotee".

Lord Shiva was delighted with His devotee.

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criticism of Islam devolve into bigotry? If enough flawed work is done in a field - Feynman singles out psychology in particular as sloppy - then further experiments may devolve into a set of unfounded rituals.

In it he tries to create a DNA bomb that was designed to devolve all life on Earth.

Eventually, the financial aspects caused the project to devolve into the Retro box set (2002), which featured many tracks that were readily available elsewhere.

However, after revealing themselves to their seemingly successful experiment, their presence caused the Protoss to devolve into a fearful and tribalistic mindset.

Foster mounted an expedition against the railroad at goldsborough, which he destroyed at the end of 1862. The fighting in North Carolina would then devolve into a series of raids and skirmishes.

Adventure Comics (January-February 1976) Aquaman is able to expose Karshon and forces the Shark to devolve.

Requiring a referendum could be a further hurdle if the government were not willing to devolve substantial functions.

My fifth proposal is that the EC should devolve more authority.

devolve the regions; strong regional government connects better with the people.

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