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Restoraʹtionists

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The followers of Origen’s opinion that all persons, after a purgation proportioned to their demerits, will be restored to Divine favour and taken to Paradise. Mr. Ballow, of America, has introduced an extension of the term, and maintains that all retribution is limited to this life, and at the resurrection all will be restored to life, joy, and immortality.

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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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Repartee
Repenter Curls
Reply Churlish (The)
Reproof Valiant (The)
Republican Queen
Republicans
Resolute (The)
Rest (The)
Rest on One’s Oars
Restive
Restorationists
Resurrection Men
Resurrection Pie
Retiarius
Retort Courteous (The)
Reuben Dixon
Reveillé [re-vay-ya]
Revenons à nos Moutons
Reverend
Revetments
Review

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Restorationists