ecclesiastical

[ ih-klee-zee-as-ti-kuh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF ecclesiastical

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The financial as well as this ecclesiastical question was a problem.

The great mace used by his ecclesiastical ancestor he unhooked from the wall.

What place is there then for intersectarian or ecclesiastical arrogance?

Let us now pass to the ecclesiastical policy of Zeno's reign.

Fine thing to be minutely acquainted with ecclesiastical history!

There are no punishments by law for disobedience of an ecclesiastical court.

“You have heartened me more than you know,” said Mr. Mix, with ecclesiastical soberness.

And lastly, the king promised him an ecclesiastical benefice.

But ecclesiastical dignitaries were not called upon to write it.

Vide note B, Ecclesiastical Miracles, at the end of the volume.

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