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When we hit this point, any previous extrapolations can seem pretty parochial.
What can you learn about the present status of the parochial school movement, especially in your own vicinity?
They relate to the two points of episcopal jurisdiction and superintendence, and residence of parochial clergy.
In 1522 the establishment of clergy consisted of a vicar, eleven parochial priests and two chantry priests.
The shabby plainness of Wren's church well typified all the parochial parsimony.
His mother never got any parochial relief, and she and her daughter have to struggle along as best they can.
Gradually, under these bishops, a parochial clergy came into existence.
If this was not sufficient, hired labour was employed, and the expense was met by a parochial rate.
It has its parochial church, a church standing as high among the buildings of its own class as the cathedral church itself.
Dr. Baker had a great deal to do in the performance of his parochial duty.
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WORDS RELATED TO PAROCHIAL
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