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bishopric

the see, diocese, or office of a bishop
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Patriarch Rahi visited during the course of the day Greek Orthodox Metropolitan Elias Audi at Greek Orthodox bishopric in Ashrafieh, in presence of Orthodox Priests, Deputy Speaker Farid Mukarri and caretaker ministers Tarek Mitri, Ibrahim Najjar and Mona Ofeish.
The area in questions had been rented to the municipality on a long lease from the Bishopric.
There is no doubt that my freedom to organise the khidma together with the others has greatly lessened after our church became part of the Northern Shubra Bishopric.
Yet, Gerald was seeking more than just the bishopric of St Davids.
The contract is to restore the productive potential of forests, including the supply of seedlings of forest tree species and protection of young plantations weed control full-trimming, protection of young plantations against animals on LUC Forests Bishop of Spis Spisska Teplica, LUC Forests Spi bishopric Hranovnica, LUC Forests Spi bishopric Spi ske Bystre, which are damaged by abiotic, biotic and anthropogenic stress factors.
Greeting the Patriarch upon arrival at the Museum have been Mayor Fadi Chidiac representing MPs Streeda Geagea and Elie Keyrouz, as well as scores of local municipal and bishopric dignitaries.
Dimitrakis Kyriakou, 52 died after falling from a window during renovation works at the Holy Bishopric of Constantia--Ammochostos in Paralimni on Monday night.
VISIT Founded around 1,000 AD, and established a "kaupstad" or trading place in 1048 by King Harald III, the city was elevated to a bishopric in 1070 and a capital under Haakon V around 1300.
Huddersfield is a new bishopric covering the local authority areas of Calderdale and Kirklees and like Bradford is one of the five 'episcopal areas' of the new Diocese of West Yorkshire and the Dales created last Easter.
Rifi's remarks were made during a visit to the Maronite bishopric in Tripoli to congratulate Bishop George Abu Jaoudeh on St.
Aberdon had been granted the status of bishopric in 1124, in preference to the settlement based between the Dee and Denburn rivers.
However, laity and clergy from the Varna Bishopric revolted against the decision.