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Reginald Pecock and the Religious Education of the Laity in
Reginald Pecock, Vernacular, and a Vision of Humanism
Reginald Pecock (c.1395-c.1461), bishop of Chichester, was a highly controversial figure of the late medieval English history.
Death and Conversion in the Andes
Mr Reginald Peacock's Day - Katherine Mansfield Society
REGINALD PEACOCK'S DAY (1917). By Katherine Mansfield ne thing that he hated more than another it was the way she had of w rning.
Bohemia in English Religious Controversy before the Henrician

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The 'recency illusion'
Bishop Reginald Pecock writes in 1449 of “a lawe ... which is doable and not oonli knoweable.” Cotgrave's 1611 French-English dictionary translates faisable as “doeable, effectable”.

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Reginald Pecock - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Reginald Pecock (or Peacock; c. 1395– c. 1461) was an English prelate, Scholastic, and writer.
Undaunted by the opposition, he summarized his argument in a tract called " Abbreviatio Reginaldi Pecock.
§3. Reginald Pecock. XII. English Prose in the Fifteenth Century, I
Reginald pecock was a Welshman, a student in the university of Oxford, where he became a fellow of Oriel and took holy orders.
Reginald Pecock
Reginald Pecock (1390?
Reginald Pecock on the Authority of Reason, Scripture and Tradition

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