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Schism - Sports
... The Schism, the disagreement that lead to the split between rugby league and rugby union around 1900 ...
Schism (religion)
... A schism is a division between people, usually belonging to an organization or movement religious denomination ... A schismatic is a person who creates or incites schism in an organization or who is a member of a splinter group ... Schismatic as an adjective means pertaining to a schism or schisms, or to those ideas, policies, etc ...
Confraternities In Nigeria - History - Schism
... In the late 1960s, campuses were roiled by the civil war wracking the country ... Details are contested, but it appears that in 1972 Bolaji Carew and several others were expelled from the Pyrates for failing to meet expected standards ...
Classical Anatolia - Roman Period - The Empire: The Years of Crisis 235–284, Schism 258–274 and Gothic Invasion (255) - Schism, Reunification and Division
... By the time of Carus, the idea of two empires, west and east was emerging ... Carus appointed one of his sons, Carinus (282–285) as co-emperor for the western empire, while he and his other son, Numerian (283–284) concerned themselves with the east ...
Llerena, Badajoz - History - Schism
... the military orders, Llerena produced the "schism", caused by the clergyman Don Francisco Maesso's jurisdiction of the bishopric of Badajoz ...

Famous quotes containing the word schism:

    “Summer, you are the eucharist of death;
    Partake of you and never again
    Will midnight foot it steeply into dawn,
    Dawn veer into day,
    Nor the praised schism be of year split off year....”
    Allen Tate (1899–1979)