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collation

1. RC Church a light meal permitted on fast days
2. the appointment of a clergyman to a benefice
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2 Horses whose handler has more than one entry, ordered alphabetically by: (a) handler, (b) horse.
This concise book is clearly laid out and is arranged alphabetically with an overview of the composer's output and the added bonus of publisher references and contact.
Featuring a "user friendly" and alphabetically organized listing of diverse fish, seaweed and invertebrate aquatic life, Marine Life Of The Pacific Northwest offers a comprehensive compendium of more than 1,400 saltwater plants and animals, and includes a quick reference usability with guide, maps, glossary, index, and color-coded pages for easy information access and identification, as well as entries that include the common name, scientific name, size, range, depth, description, picture, description and comments, and more.
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Each directory includes company profiles presented alphabetically, geographically and by the product or service offered with listings including contact information addresses, web sites, e-mail and services provided, among other data.
Providing detailed descriptions for each alphabetically listed entry, A Dictionary Of Accounting And Auditing contains more than ten thousand such words and phrases as liquidation, deleverage, reasonable benefit limit.
The site's "Projects" section will be updated frequently and contains descriptions of recent experience that can be sorted by project type, discipline, client type, or alphabetically.
Wilson and Nadia Margolis, WOMEN IN THE MIDDLE AGES (0313330174): leading scholars across all disciplines contribute their expertise to over 300 alphabetically arranged entries blending biography with critical analysis, covering women from the third to the fifteenth centuries both well-known and obscure.
Alphabetically arranged and presented An Encyclopedic Dictionary Of Women In Early Films, 1895-1930 is an impressive collection of profiles identifying the women who were important to the development of movie making as an art and as a commercial enterprise.
Each organism is presented alphabetically in its section.
In a novel twist to a well-worn but never boring subject, this set of essays documents various aspects of Albert Einstein's life in vignettes arranged alphabetically by subject, ranging from absentmindedness to Zionism.
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