Instead, journalists reached back to an earlier Republican schism from the days of Ulysses S. Grant.
Aberdeen, perched on the North Sea, offers a perfect example of the schism between the top and bottom earners.
Now the very same people who caused this schism seek to further exacerbate it by making the same charges.
This sort of schism is evident in the early reviews from Cannes.
If the past week is any indication, this schism should prove to be a wild ride.
I know it will be all sense for the church, and all causticity for schism.
At the fall of the western empire Acacius attempts his schism.
Everything unjustly taken from the churches by the emperor or his followers during the schism shall be restored to them.
Rome, that boasts of her freedom from schism should blot the 18th century from her page.
The obscurity first begins to clear away when we remember that in England schism went before Reformation.
late 14c., scisme, "dissention within the church," from Old French scisme, cisme "a cleft, split" (12c.), from Church Latin schisma, from Greek skhisma (genitive skhismatos) "division, cleft," in New Testament applied metaphorically to divisions in the Church (e.g. I Cor. xii.25), from stem of skhizein "to split" (see shed (v.)). Spelling restored 16c., but pronunciation unchanged. Often in reference to the Great Schism (1378-1417) in the Western Church.
a separation, an alienation causing divisions among Christians, who ought to be united (1 Cor. 12:25).