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ordinary

1. Law having regular or ex officio jurisdiction
2. Maths (of a differential equation) containing two variables only and derivatives of one of the variables with respect to the other
3. Civil law a judge who exercises jurisdiction in his own right
4. an ecclesiastic, esp a bishop, holding an office to which certain jurisdictional powers are attached
5. RC Church
a. the parts of the Mass that do not vary from day to day
b. a prescribed form of divine service, esp the Mass
6. History a clergyman who visited condemned prisoners before their death

ordinary

A village tavern in an early American community.
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So off just a 1lb higher mark, Hierarch could well make it two wins on the spin.
Highclere Thoroughbreds lost Hierarch after his narrow defeat of seven-yearold Rubenstar to the pounds 10,000 asking price paid by David Flood.
Hannon completed a double, at odds of more than 30-1, to match Johnston's score on the day when Beaumont's Party took the 1m handicap under Pat Cosgrave, with stablemate and Hughes-partnered Hierarch in the pack.
The Hannon team also run Hierarch, who has been chosen by stable jockey Richard Hughes, but Pat Cosgrave, like Mongan, seems to be an underrated jockey and has picked up the ride on Beaumont's Party.
He can choose to set this congregation on a new path and send the message that business as usual has ended and bishops will not continue to be made in the image and likeness of Cardinal Bernard Law nor any other hierarch who participated in or covered up criminal acts against children.
Pirate Coast confirmed the promise of his debut fourth at Haydock last month when making all under Duran Fentiman in the 7f maiden, the Tim Easterbytrained 6-1 shot battling on well in the straight to hold off Hierarch and favourite Danehill Sunset.
Even in Rhode Island, one of the most heavily Catholic states in the country, people do not like the specter of a hierarch dictating public policy positions to the congressman they elected.
Even in the time of possibility that Francis has ushered in, these issues remain hotly debated among hierarchs and theologians, as we have seen during the lead-up to the ordinary synod of bishops on the family in fall 2015.
Every year on January 30 schoolchildren enjoy a day off from lessons, ostensibly to honour the Three Hierarchs and Hellenic education: a paradox, surely, but one that is presented to children as an unassailable truth.
The Patriarch's brother, Orthodox Bishop Paul Yazigi of Aleppo, Syria, was one of two church hierarchs kidnapped almost two years ago in Syria.
Hierarchs should do a thorough examination of conscience on their attitudes and treatment of gay people in general, and become more open and accepting of people who seek to live loving, committed lives together.
Singling out Qadri for investigation undeniably smacks of foul, and no sophistry of the ruling hierarchs and their hired publicists and trumpeters could gloss over this pulsating reality.