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Propaganʹda

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The name given to the “congregation” de propaganda fide, established at Rome by Gregory XV., in 1622, for propagating throughout the world the Roman Catholic religion. Any institution for making religious or political proselytes.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Promethean Unguent (The)
Prometheans
Promise of Odin (The)
Promised Land
Pronesia (in Orlando Furioso)
Proof
Proof Prints
Proof Spirit
Prooshan Blue (My)
Propaganda
Proper Names used as Common Nouns
Property Plot (The)
Prophesy upon Velvet (To)
Prophet (The)
Prophetess (The)
Propositions
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Prorogue
Pro.’s
Proscenium

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