institutor

[ in-sti-too-ter, -tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF institutor
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Between the primary and the secondary intention of the institutor.

Facing this table is the seat of Peter of Estivet, the institutor of the process.

Canon Peter of Estivet, the institutor of the process, is in his seat.

Towards midnight he returned with the institutor of the process and a physician.

If so, God himself is the author and institutor of uncleanness, who himself brought Eve to Adam.

The Institutor of human life laid down its principle in the first frame of things.

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