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  • noun Plural form of clergyperson.

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Examples

  • Look at these mainstream Christian yearly conventions and see how they're resolving the burning issue of gay clergypeople.

    On Clout, or the Lack Thereof

  • Look at these mainstream Christian yearly conventions and see how they're resolving the burning issue of gay clergypeople.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • Church Organists, Choir Directors, clergypeople and just about every trumpeter in Chrisendom celebrate in very similar ways.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Church Organists, Choir Directors, clergypeople and just about every trumpeter in Chrisendom celebrate in very similar ways.

    Christmas Vacation

  • We need them to be smiling, desexualized servants, clergypeople crossed with Barney.

    Sex and the Kiddies - Tuned In - TIME.com

  • If clergypeople believe their ministries are hip and relevant to today's world, they should look hip and relevant.

    Archive 2006-04-09

  • If clergypeople believe their ministries are hip and relevant to today's world, they should look hip and relevant.

    Is Your Mascara Toxic?

  • If clergypeople believe their ministries are hip and relevant to today's world, they should look hip and relevant.

    Ministerial Attire

  • As in Terkel's project, she'll avoid the already famous and those with established audiences or constituencies-media makers, clergypeople, politicians, lawyers, and teachers-and focus on those who get left out of most public discussions.

    blogs.vocalo.org

  • As to your reasoning that clergypeople - regardless of faith become clergymen/woman is to get rich ...

    chicagotribune.com -

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