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elect

1. voted into office but not yet installed
2. Christianity
a. selected or predestined by God to receive salvation; chosen
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the elect
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Peter Irish, of the diocese of Fredericton, was elected deputy prolocutor.
I am honored to be nominated for this office and, if elected, I promise to continue to work to help make MTNA one of the best music associations that can serve the needs of all teachers," he says.
He was elected as suffragan bishop on the first ballot in 1999.
Canon Benjamin Arreak, 54, was elected suffragan bishop of Nunavik (northern Quebec), succeeding Bishop Atagotaaluk, in May.
Archdeacon David Ashdown was elected on the third ballot.
It elected S status for subsequent years and all relevant tax years for both corporations and its shareholders are open.
New bishops have been elected in the dioceses of Brandon and Caledonia, while in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, suffraga bishop Fred Hiltz was chosen in a single ballot to succeed Archbishop Arthur Peters as diocesan.