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exarch

[′ek‚särk]
(botany)
A vascular bundle in which the primary wood is centripetal.
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Emperor's exarch (representative) in Rome, was both powerless and
Although she knew how severely the Georgian people were punished for expressing their views and beliefs, Wardrop was not afraid to criticize Russian politicians and the Russian Synod for its practices against the Georgian Church: "a hundred years ago the government of the Georgian church passed into the hands of Russian Exarchs and what do we see?
Speeches by Patriarch Aleksi II and Metropolitan Filaret, Exarch of Belorus, opened the conference.
The country was designated an Exarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1989, creating the BOC under Patriarchal Exarch Metropolitan Filaret.
The final chapter, "Final Consolidation, 1812-19," explains how the Russian government, consulting no ecclesiastical body in the process, subordinated the Georgian Orthodox Church to the Holy Synod, replaced the Catholicos-Patriarch with an appointed Exarch, and for 101 years appointed ethnic Russians to this position.
A united Europe must draw on Orthodoxy, otherwise she cannot be united, neither can she be Europe,' Monsignor Damaskinos (left), the Metropolitan of Switzerland, Exarch of Europe and representative of the ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople in Geneva, told the Caux conference in August.
In his famous letter to the exarch Joseph, Scholarios says that he read the whole work in four hours.
It is amply clear that the bishops, despite friendship with Gregory, close in the case of Marinianus, who had been a member of his monastic community in Rome and whom Gregory had campaigned to get appointed to the see, were drawn into identifying themselves with the interests of the local elite: the Ravenna clergy, with a strong sense of its corporate consciousness and in alliance with the administrative classes at the court of the Exarch resident in the capital.
Son of King Audoin; king of the Lombards on his father's death (565); allied with the Avars and attacked the Gepidae, defeating and killing their King Cunimund in battle, and marrying Cunimund's daughter, Rosamund (567); uneasy with his Avar allies, Alboin decided to find safer lands in Italy, and crossed the Julian Alps at the head of all the Lombards and 20,000 Saxons (April 568); defeated Longinus, exarch of Ravenna (June?
NCsoft's complete line-up of products for the show include: Lineage(tm) II: The Chaotic Chronicles, City of Heroes(tm), Guild Wars(tm), Exarch, Shining Lore(tm) and a Microsoft Xbox title, Kingdom Under Fire(tm): The Crusaders.
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