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The Executioner counters that God only commanded not to murder the innocent, and that his/her victims are not innocent. Tom has suggested to Sarah, in Episode 3, that The Executioner him/herself has committed a deadly sin of their own, being blinded by pride ( the greatest of sins ).

Shortly after, Mieszko granted Kalisz to his elder son Odon, who nevertheless died eight months later, on 20 April 1194. These two early deaths forced Mieszko to make a new divisionary treaty: the Duke retained Kalisz for himself, while Southern Greater Poland was given to his younger son Władysław III Spindleshanks, who also assumed the guardianship of the minor son of Odon, Władysław Odonic.

Drew tells Nancy to go to Twin Elms with Helen and help Miss Flora and Mrs. Hayes, as he will be traveling to Chicago during the first part of Nancy’s stay at the old estate, and will join her later. After an enjoyable dance with her former prom date, Nancy and her father inspect the railroad construction near the river, but are forced to swim to safety when a runaway truck nearly runs them down.

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Macdonald accepted the leadership position, and (though without seat in the legislature) spent the next two years touring the province in anticipation of the next election. The Conservative Party of Manitoba became a legally recognized entity in 1899, and drew up its first election platform shortly thereafter.

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