Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A roll or register.
  • noun In the Roman Catholic Church, the roll containing the names of the clergy permanently attached to a cathedral, a collegiate, or a parish church.

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Examples

  • It is called a matricula consular, issued by the Mexican Consulate.

    CNN Transcript Sep 22, 2003

  • The consulate ... reports that the greatest demand is for the identification card, called matricula consular in Spanish ....

    ARRA News Service

  • He finds himself at once a member of the English nation of the Trans-montane University; he pays his fee, takes the oath of obedience to the Rector, and his name is placed upon the "matricula" or roll of members of the University.

    Life in the Medieval University

  • It was free but to get a certified copy I will need to pay $13.00 and another $27.00 for my matricula.

    Luis y Anna

  • It was free but to get a certified copy I will need to pay $13.00 and another $27.00 for my matricula.

    Luis y Anna

  • Meanwhile, applications for the "matricula consular," an identity card that Mexicans in the U.S. need to open bank accounts and conduct other business, such as rent an apartment, appear to be declining.

    As U.S. Job Opportunities Fade,

  • They issue matricula consular cards as a way for illegals to obtain privileges that the U.S. usually reserves for legal residents.

    Liberty and Tyranny

  • They issue matricula consular cards as a way for illegals to obtain privileges that the U.S. usually reserves for legal residents.

    Liberty and Tyranny

  • But the real problem with the matricula consular is not that Mexico issues them.

    Ruben Aguilar On Marches And Fox’s May Day Plans

  • As will the distribution of the matricula consular cards

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » Ruben Aguilar On Marches And Fox’s May Day Plans

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