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Use "remunerator" in a sentence
"Jones was formally honored by the King, presented with a gold-hilted sword, engraved, Jones happily recorded, “with these extremely flattering words: Vindicati Maris Ludovicus XVI remunerator Strenua Vindici reward from Louis XVI to the valiant avenger of the rights of the sea.”"
"Lastly, this commandment conveys the obligation to dissent from, and reject, every superstition and every error, requiring us to preserve pure and intemerate the adoration due to the Supreme Being, who, in this sense, is represented in this text as jealously watching over human actions, and a not indifferent spectator of good or evil; therefore a sure punisher of the guilty, and an eternal remunerator of him who faithfully adheres to His law."
"_ You have no right, sir, to be the patron and remunerator of inhospitality."