In Ordinary Days by Steven Waling

Of no exceptional ability

an ordinary is an officer

of the church, a relation

that functions of only one

independent variable. From

medieval Latin: of no

special quality or interest.


Exercising authority by

virtue of office not by

deputation: the accidental

death of any person with

many more displayed on

a shield. You have to say it

wasn’t impressive or leading.


Range of unique and exquisite

favourably compared to

the works: it’s not unusual

when everything happens every

day, streamed. Science and

ancient wisdom, the chaplain

of Newgate Prison: Nice to


meet you. Real people, ugly

people needed for casting

following documents amended

especially of a judge or bishop[

to produce original and

innovative and counting the

Sundays following Epiphany.



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