presbytery

[ prez-bi-ter-ee, pres- ]SEE DEFINITION OF presbytery

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The pavement of this presbytery is worthy of particular attention.

From springtime until autumn the presbytery was redolent of mignonette.

He was buried close to the presbytery, and his wife was, in 1409, buried next to him.

Prelacy, he knew, was but the King's choice for the nation: Presbytery was the nation's choice for itself.

He recommended the appointment of an English bishop and a Scots' presbytery.

One bay of its presbytery and two adjoining chapels have been spared.

Turning to climb upwards to the Presbytery, the girl met Denis Quirk.

If St. Mary's Church were large and imposing, the presbytery was old and diminutive.

Such was the presbytery of Grey Town and its inmates in the days of which I am writing.

Presbytery met in town that year, and all the big preachers in the state was there.

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