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The members of Trinity House.
- ‘These were taken over by the Trinity Brethren in 1609.’
- ‘The land was given by the Trinity Brethren and the trustees opened a public competition for the design.’
- ‘The lighthouse had been standing for 120 years when ominous reports were received by the Trinity Brethren concerning the stability of the tower.’
- ‘It is gratifying to the archaeological instinct to find that the proposals of the Trinity Brethren to pull down a fine Wren building in the East End has become one of the leading topics of the day for the London press.’
- ‘Since before the Great Loss, members of our house have devoted their lives to following the Path of the Trinity Brethren, and seeking to learn the knowledge of the Dream.’
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