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sacristan

, sacrist
1. a person who has charge of the contents of a church, esp the sacred vessels, vestments, etc.
2. a less common word for sexton
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But the parish told them they had no sacristan named Luiz as all their sacristans are adults.
Girona boss Eusebio Sacristan says the fact Barcelona are interested in his players is a badge of honour and insists he is "calm" about the situation.
The book is titled Tales from Ticao: The Last Sacristan Mayor and the Most Expensive Mass for the Dead.
Girona have a new coach in Eusebio Sacristan, and he has told Luiz he is very much in his plans.
Sempra Energy announced that it has formed a new operating group for its North American infrastructure businesses and named Carlos Ruiz Sacristan chairman and CEO of the group, Sempra North American Infrastructure.
In Barra's novel, Lynch's aide rushes to investigate the murder of a wealthy sacristan at the altar rail of the cathedral in the Spring of 1861.
Football - Bolton Wanderers v FC Barcelona B - Pre Season Friendly - The Reebok Stadium - 12/13 - 10/8/12 FC Barcelona B coach Eusebio Sacristan Mandatory Credit: Action Images / Craig Brough CAIRO -- 19 March 2018: Real Sociedad announced on Monday that the club has ended its contract with club manager Eusebio Sacristan after the team's 2-1 loss to Getafe at home on Saturday.
On Thursday, Johny, who was removed from the post of sacristan three months ago, attacked the priest with a knife after an argument.
En su caso, cualquier tentativa de balance de su obra e influjo exige confrontarlas con la influencia directa del magisterio del gran pensador marxista Manuel Sacristan (1925-1985), asi como contextualizarlas, por un lado, en el marco de la tradicion practico-emancipatoria de la izquierda hegeliana y, por otro, en el horizonte filosofico generado a partir de la filosofia alemana, particularmente de la reelaboracion que, desde perspectivas diferentes, Ortega y Lukacs realizaran de la obra de Simmel y Weber.