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The director of the court of Inquisition, especially in Spain and Portugal.
- ‘The excesses of the Grand Inquisitor became the creed of administration by the temporal regime.’
- ‘The Grand Inquisitor, who has essentially run the Church for the last few years, is now the public face.’
- ‘She is attempting to evade Grand Inquisitor's question.’
- ‘Recognized immediately by the crowd, he is taken into custody and brought before the Grand Inquisitor.’
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