Jehovah's Witnesses

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Protestant denomination founded in the United States by Charles Taze Russell in 1884

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The victims were reportedly members of the Christian group Jehova's Witness, who traveled all the way to Sulu to sell cosmetics and apparently recruit new members, he said.
The restrained precision of the third-person narration blends the appalling with the wonderful, as the habitual privacy of a lifelong commuter is punctured, in turn, by an accosting pornographer, a Jehova's witness, and a nutcase in the Tate Gallery, to mention some of the eccentrics who buttonhole Lanchester's flaneur.
The background to the show only added to the folklore that surrounds Prince, now a devout Jehova's Witness.
Christine was a member of the Jehova's Witness Kingdom Hall in Northboro and was a homemaker dedicated to her home and family.
Prince: He turned his back on fame, changed his name and became a Jehova's Witness before lecturing a Jewish family at their home in October.