Origin of becket
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Becket general counsel Kyle Duncan revealed this week that the company would defy the mandate while its appeal is in the works.
In the exasperated state, especially of the monkish mind, prayers for Becket would easily slide into anathemas against the king.
The bishops were summoned into the King's presence: Becket sat alone in the outer hall.
Dr. Lingard supposes that Becket demanded that the customs should be reduced to writing.
At length he consented to the return of Becket and all the exiles.
Becket was at the dinner-table, with his servants in attendance.