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reverend

1. relating to or designating a clergyman or the clergy
2. Informal a clergyman

Reverend

a title of respect for a clergyman
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Special thanks to Rev'd David Palmer for a very comforting and uplifting service and finally thanks to staff of John Grenfell & Son for the excellent funeral arrangements.
Thanks to doctors and staff of Ward 9, University Hospital, Durham, special thanks to carers from Kelly Park, thanks to Rev'd. Elizabeth Plant for a comforting service and to Mel Stokoe and staff of Co-operative Funeralcare, Chester-le-Street for funeral arrangements.
When a partial liquidation is accompanied by a recapitalization or reorganization, the transaction "is to be viewed as a whole and its dominant aspect is to govern the tax character of the expenditures" (Mills Estate, Inc., 17 TC 910 (1951), rev'd in part, 206 F2d 244 (2d Cir.
Thanks to the Rev'd Claire Greenwood for a comforting service, Karen and staff of Co-operative Funeralcare for funeral arrangments.
1992)(69 AFTR2d 92-517, 92-1 USTC [paragraph] 50,045) rev'd, 113 Sup.
Special thanks to Rev'd Ann Shepherdson for a comforting service and finally to staff of John Grenfell & Son, Bedlington for the funeral arrangments.
Special thanks to Rev'd. Bob Hopper for the comforting service, Carole Jones for the excellent buffet and to Richard and the staff of Co operative Funeralcare, Windy Nook, also to the Tyne & Wear Fire Service for the moving tribute to Tom and Ron they would have been so proud.
In Beyer, 92 TC 1304 (1989), rev'd, 916 F2d 153 (4th Cir.
Thanks also to Rev'd Twomey for a comforting service and to John Grenfell & Son, s for the funeral arrangements.
In Miller, 93 TC 330 (1989) (reviewed by the court), rev'd, 914 F2d 586 (4th Cir.
Finally thanks to Cynthia of John Grenfell & Son Funeral Directors for her care and support and to Rev'd Heegon Moon for conducting the service in such a caring way.
Also, thanks to the Rev'd. Maureen Chester for the comforting service and Mark Conroy for the professional funeral arrangements.