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Kate Barlow bar·low
An inexpensive, one- or two-bladed pocketknife.
[After Barlow, the family name of its makers, two brothers in Sheffield, England.]
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Part autobiography/family memoir memoir
History or record composed from personal observation and experience. Closely related to autobiography, a memoir differs chiefly in the degree of emphasis on external events. and part religious inspection, ABODE OF LOVE: GROWING UP IN A MESSIANIC mes·si·an·ic also Mes·si·an·ic
1. Of or relating to a messiah: messianic hopes.
2. Of or characterized by messianism: messianic nationalism. CULT tells of being raised at Agapemone, a cult whose religion embraced religious and sexual scandal that absorbed her family as her distant relatives down to her grandfather took 'spiritual' brides. The author and her sisters own the Arc of the Covenant, a Victorian church in London: her story of being raised in the cult, her family, and the influences of its teachings makes for a gripping story.