Greek

Greek or Eastern Church, that section of the Church which formerly separated from the Roman or Western in 1054, which assumed an independent existence on account of the arrogant claims of the latter, and which acknowledges the authority of only the first seven general councils; they dissent from the filioque doctrine (q.v.), administer the Eucharist in both kinds to the laity, and are zealously conservative of the orthodoxy of the Church.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Greece * Greek Fire
Great Elector
Great Harry
Great Magician
Great Moralist
Great Salt Lake
Great Slave Lake
Great Unknown, The
Great Unwashed, The
Greatheart
Greece
Greek
Greek Fire
Greeley, Horace
Green, John Richard
Green, Nathanael
Green, Thomas Hill
Greenbacks
Greenland
Greenock
Greenough, Horatio
Greenwich

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Abdias
Abel, Gaspar
Abresch, Frederic Louis
Abulfaragius, Gregory
Abydenus
Acciaioli, Donato
Acciaioli, Zanobio
Accolti, Benedetto
Accolti, Francis
Accorso, Francis
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