R.C.

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or supporting Romanism
    the Roman Catholic Church
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How To Use R.C. In A Sentence

  • So choice a morceau was the very thing that every body wanted; and, in the course of his journey, subscriptions poured in to the extent of one thousand; and Mr.C. on his return, after what might be called a triumph, discovered the elasticity of his spirit; smiling at past depressions, and now, on solid ground, anticipating ease, wealth, and fame. Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Robert Southey
  • TREMAYNE _enters from_ L. _and with his back to the audience tries latch of imaginary gate below scenic painted gateway_ L. BEL.NDA _turns her head, hearing imaginary click of the garden gate_ L. _She comes slowly back_ R.C.) Belinda
  • In 1982 Stuart Hameroff, along with R.C. Watt, presented a paper titled Information Processing in Microtubules where they laid out how the tubulin dimers that make up microtubules can act like on/off bits in a computer. Damn Duck
  • New vice chairman is Dr.C. Allen Good of diagnostic roentgenology. Postbulletin.com Local News
  • As I see it, as Reformed confessionalist who accepts the confession of the Reformed churches my friend R.C. is a minister, in good standing, in a confessional Reformed church. Heidelblog
  • On Sunday we started off with a little driving tour of Toronto where I first took my visitors down to the lakefront by the historic Art Deco style R.C. Harris Filtration Plant.
  • From classic Greece he names Aeschylus [Footnote: R.C. Robbins, _Poems of Personality_ (1909); C.le Young Rice, _Aeschylus. _] and Euripides. The Poet's Poet : essays on the character and mission of the poet as interpreted in English verse of the last one hundred and fifty years
  • When we had watched for some moments their happy gambols, Mr.C. turned around and broke a twig from a bush that stood behind us; "_there is a bush_," said he, "_which has committed many a murder_. The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus
  • It was discovered near Marlborough by Sir R.C. Hoare, and its contents proved it to be a cinerary urn of a date probably not much anterior to the Roman occupation of Britain. Wanderings in Wessex An Exploration of the Southern Realm from Itchen to Otter
  • The origin of the term stems from an incident when R.C. Sproul, Jr. in a good-natured, joking, and in-passing manner referred to his wife as a "Prairie Muffin. Archive 2007-01-01
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