10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SUBDEACONRY»
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A Dictionary in English and Bengalee; Translated from Todd's ...
চর্যা বা ত্বগধ৪স্থিত, ত্কূ বা চামড়ার নীচে থা কে যাহা | Subdeacon, n. s. Lat. f§[;§
11'\5 Deacon স০\জ্ঞক পুদুরতূহিত বা যাজকের নএেব বা তৎভূত্য I Subdeaconry বা
Subdeaconship, n. s. পূৰের্বাক্তব্যক্তির অধি করে পদ কর্ঘ বা অবস্থা | Subdean,
n. s. Lat ...
A Dictionary of the English and Russian Languages:
Поддьйконство, п. subdeaconry, subdeaconship. Поддьйконъ, т. а subdeacon.
Поддьйкъ, а subchanter. Hoggbáuel'i, s. Hogbíiuiri. Поддънёло, т. trickster,
swindler. ПоддЪвйнйе, п. putting or putting оп under or underneath; taking in, ...
Religious Ceremonies and Customs: Or, The Forms of Worship ...
They deny that the subdeaconry is at present a holy order. XXI. Of all the general
councils that have been held in the Catholic Church by the popes at different
times, they pay no regard to any after the sixth, and reject not only the seventh, ...
Antiquities of Shropshire
On June 17, 1352, Hope resigned the " Prebend of the Subdeaconry " here for
the preferment of— Thomas Crene, perpetual Dean of the Deanery of Fordham (
Norwich Diocese), who succeeded to this Prebend. Cice ^atnt jHarflaret.
Robert William Eyton, 1857
An English-Welsh pronouncing dictionary: with an analysis of ...
... syb-sil-in'-dri-cal.a. lied- rolaidd, gorolaidd, lledhirgrynol Subdeaoon, syb-di'-cn
, s. ïsddiacon, ïs- j ddegonwas Subdeaconry, syb-di'-en-ri, l s. s- ! Subdeaconship
, syb-di'-cn-ship, J ddia- j coniaeth, ïsdrieoniaeth Subdean, eyb'-dïn, s. ïsddeon ...
The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical, ...
Qualifications are reading, writing, confirmation, and a knowledge of Latin. Age
for the Subdeaconry, 18 ; Deaconry, 22 ; Priesthood, 25 years. There are certain
Jesuitical cases of irregularity in respect of candidates for orders which, to say the
The Standard Pronouncing Dictionary of the French and ...
Subdeaconry, Subdeaconship, e. eùb-dë'kn-rj/, sñb-dB'kn-ahíp, sous-diaconat, m
. Subdeati, в. süb-den', sous-doyen, m. Subdeanery, s. siib-dtn'ér-y, sous-
diaconat, m. Subdititious, adj. eüb-dl-tVahüs, mis secrètement à la place d'un
Music and Ceremony at Notre Dame of Paris, 500-1550
... for on 4 April 1513 he is listed as incumbent of the subdeaconry of St. Jean le
Rond and paid for writing new graduals for the choir, the chapter having excused
him from all duties except attendance at Mass, Vespers, and Matins when it was ...
The Ceremonies and Religious Customs of the Various Nations ...
... in their " Churches. r " XVIII. They insist, that the Canon of the Mass of the
Latins ought to be " abolished, as being full of Errors. " XIX. They deny that Usury
is a mortal Sin. " XX. They deny that the Subdeaconry is at present a Holy Order.
Claude Du Bosc, Johann Buxtorf, Leone Modena, 1736
New Mozart Documents: A Supplement to O.E. Deutsch's ...
became a subdeacon; however, because he did not want further to take holy
orders, and could not easily expect a dispensation from the subdeaconry he
already held, he left for Russia. Since his youth he had devoted himself entirely to