clerical[ kler-i-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF clerical
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This General Conference was strictly a clerical organization.
She had never seen him in his clerical dress, so she could not have recognised him yet.
It is true that his practical experience of his clerical life was very slender.
"You see, they want to get married," said the man with the clerical hat.
"Our clerical friend does not realize the importance of his own point," he said softly.
I cannot often talk to him, for he is so reserved—that is, so occupied with his clerical studies.
Here they were interrupted by some one on clerical business.
In the date of the witchs death there seems to be a clerical error.
He personified in himself most of the clerical abuses of his age.
For many years he had been kept in leading-strings by Wolsey's and other clerical influences.
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