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Protest

Instructions given to a collecting bank that drafts falling due for payment are to be formally presented to the drawee by a notary, who is to formally record any default.

Protest

An instruction to a collection agency to attempt to collect a certain portion of a default or other, unpaid sale.
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For example, Eve Binks and Neil Ferguson, "The Irish in England: Catholic and Protestant Religiosity and Social Memories, and the Troubles in Northern Ireland," in Micheal D.
Like the Protestants of the sixteenth century, the Islamic fundamentalists are a relatively new and innovative force on the scene.
LOYALIST protesters fell silent today as Protestants turned their backs when Catholic children and their parents were given a police escort to Holy Cross Primary School in north Belfast.
Morgan's thesis is that modern mechanical means of mass production, far from desacralizing religious imagery, have, in fact, magnified the sense of the sacred among Protestants. Contrary to the argument first articulated by Walter Benjamin, there has been no "loss of aura." Like other scholars, Morgan recognizes the crucial role evangelical Protestants and their organizations played in pioneering the techniques that led to mass culture, but Morgan's particular focus on visual images leads him to a startling claim.
According to historian Anson Stokes in his book, Church and State in the United States, of the 58 House chaplains only one has been Catholic; the rest were Protestants. The Senate selected its first and only Catholic chaplain, the Rev.
Instead of troubling biblical waters, Raboteau takes his readers to the edge of the Red Sea that divides Americans along the lines of color and caste, Catholic and Protestant. He does not wade in the water and challenge the quiet consensus that has developed among Europeans and Euro-Americans that "the relation of Black people to the Bible is a post-biblical experience," as Cain Hope Felder notes in Troubling Biblical Waters: Race, Class, and Family (1989).
The Executive Office (TEO) today published the Labour Force Survey Religion Report 2017 which examines the labour market characteristics of Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland.
Although the rate at which Protestants attend church has held firm over the past six decades, the percentage of Americans identifying as Protestant has declined sharply, from 71% in 1955 to 47% in the mid-2010s.
He is a well-established scholar in patristic history and Catholic social thought, and here he sets out to write a primer on Protestant social ethics.
It was unquestionably Protestants who founded the United States.
Growing Mainline Protestant congregations are an anomaly within their overarching denominations.