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prior

1. the superior of a house and community in certain religious orders
2. the deputy head of a monastery or abbey, ranking immediately below the abbot
3. (formerly) a chief magistrate in medieval Florence and other Italian republics

Prior

Matthew. 1664--1721, English poet and diplomat, noted for his epigrammatic occasional verse

Prior

 

(1) A superior of a small Catholic monastery.

(2) The official second in rank after the grand master in various religious orders of knights.

(3) In the medieval communes of central Italy, the head of a guild, who was usually a member of the commune’s administration (priorate).

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It would also boost the fruit exports as priorly our fruits used to get rotten as Pakistani schedules did not match the international markets and due to long stays at ships, the fruit got spoiled, he added.
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