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archbishopric

1. the rank, office, or jurisdiction of an archbishop
2. the area governed by an archbishop
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However, a Polish-born nun associated with the Orthodox Archbishopric of Ohrid claimed that, in September 2004, the Ministry of Interior declined to extend her residency permit because of her affiliation with that group.
Nevertheless, in 1199 the chapter elected Gerald bishop on the understanding that he would petition the Pope to make St David's an archbishopric.
The ambassador and other embassy representatives continued to follow the developments in the "Orthodox Archbishopric of Ohrid" case, in coordination with OSCE and the OSCE's Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights.
Father Mikhail of the Fayoum Archbishopric has denied the allegations of an attack on the St Mary Girgis Church in Fayoum on Friday.
THE ARCHBISHOPRIC, was desperate to present the Commissioner and the MEPs as great supporters of the Greek Cypriot side -- not only to justify the awarding of the gold medal -- but because it ran into problems from the moment it sent out the invitations for the ceremony.
Earlieron Thursday, a prayer was held at the Archbishopric of the Dioceses of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Old Damascus city commemorating the anniversary.
Vraniskovski's release is the condition for resuming talks between the Macedonian Orthodox Church-Ohrid Archbishopric (MPC-OA) and the Serbian Orthodox Church (SPC) with mediation from the Russian Orthodox Church over MPC-OA's autocephalous status.
The Foundation has signed a temporary loan agreement with the Archbishopric of Seville and the ArchicofradE[degrees]a Sacramental de la ExaltaciEn religious association of the church of Santa Catalina in Seville.
Williams, the archbishop of Wales who is scheduled to succeed George Carey in the Canterbury archbishopric, has received criticism from church conservatives over his perceived support for gays, including his admission that he has ordained a practicing homosexual.
The Archbishopric of Canterbury is an intimidating and enormous job, and it would be a very foolish man who thought he was adequate to its demands, " said Dr Williams.
The first looks at the episode from the perspective of the Archbishopric of Salzburg, the second from the perspective of the Kingdom of Prussia, the third from the perspective of the constitutional politics of the Holy Roman Empire, the fourth from the perspective of the migrants themselves, and the fifth from the perspective of the myths and legends subsequently built up around the events.
Since becoming archbishop in controversial circumstances in 1453, d'Estouteville undertook extensive renovation programs at the chateau of Gaillon, the country retreat of the archbishopric.