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churchgoer

1. a person who attends church regularly
2. an adherent of an established Church in contrast to a Nonconformist
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I feel like I just signed my life away," says the churchgoing grandmother on the day she tells the doctor yes.
Worshippers will be asked to answer 60 questions about their churchgoing activities.
Dr Peter Brierley, executive director of Christian Research, said: "These results offer the first wide-ranging analysis of the changing patterns of churchgoing in Britain.
Social activities were defined as churchgoing, playing cards, bingo, day trips and the cinema.
But churchgoing Lehman had better have a word with his pal upstairs before he goes out today.
The snaps, some of the women are pictured twice, were among a thousand found at the modest home the car mechanic shared with Sylvia, his now estranged churchgoing wife of 32 years.
Kris," the rocker said of his churchgoing pal, "he could play Jesus
The popular churchgoing GCSE student was hit in the neck with broken glass while buying food in the bakery with his brother Tommy.
Prosecutor Susan Ferrier said, "He was acting behind the cloak of respectability in a strict churchgoing family with strong moral values.
At the hearing at Newcastle Crown Court, the churchgoing molester admitted causing or inciting the youngster to engage in sexual activity.
Andy is also a hit as a churchgoing poet and presents the audience with a splendid characterisation of a woman-chasing groundsman and gardener with great ambitions.
They helped turn a churchgoing Catholic from Massachusetts into a question mark for Catholic voters.

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