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Along with many clergy with Episcopalian sympathies Duncan was rabbled from his parish in 1688, struck and abused, his furniture smashed, and he and his family thrust out of doors. The following year the Episcopalian structure of the Church. — “Alexander Duncan (bishop) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org
Like squiggyfm said - until it comes out and says it is a conservative/liberal/republican/democratic/libertarian/green/rabbled etc. network, it is not factual to claim it as one. -- Mrmiscellanious 02:35, 4 September 2006 (UTC) republican/democratic/libertarian/green/rabbled etc. network, it is. — “Talk:Fox News Channel/Archive 15 - Wikipedia, the free”, en.wikipedia.org
The page rabbled on, to be honest, and far too much space was devoted to explaining and describing charcters that probably will never appear again, despite them having a prime role in one book (Yolanda Yewbeam and Christopher Crowquill spring to mind). — “Talk:Children of the Red King - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”, en.wikipedia.org