So if I fail to mention some novel you regard as canonical here, just leave a comment.
“This is not a judgment of guilt, nor is it a suspension of any other canonical penalty,” Canary wrote.
We can see evidence of its presence even in the communities of the authors who produced our canonical Gospels.
I piped up my objection, but it was the canonical term and there was no chance I would succeed in changing it.
This Macbeth—electrifying, rich, and strange—exists as an irresistible complement to canonical stagings.
This took place generally when some canonical form had not been adhered to, as on this matter the law was rightly most strict.
The ideal parson, that is, should be a squire in canonical dress.
Except in inserting the prayer and the Benedicite, the paraphrast draws only from the canonical part of the book of Daniel.
It will be a canonical marriage, but it will take some little time to arrange.
Preferring her as he certainly did, he paid but little heed to canonical hindrances.