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- adjective Pertaining to a rector or governor.
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- adjective Pertaining to a
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This is classed as rectoral property and makes the couple "lay rectors" of the parish.
Good was elected in 1845, and continued until the close of 1848; and the parish remained without regular rectoral services, until the 1st of January, 1851, when the writer took charge; since which time an organ (the first one) has been put up, new pews have been added, and money enough obtained to make permanent and comfortable repairs.
Universitätswissenschaften und die Stellung der Theologie in demselben "(rectoral discourse, Würzburg, 1862);" Die Kunst im
Its constitution was elective; the authority f the rector was conferred for three months, then for six, by delegates of the faculties, each one holding in turn the rectoral office.
The police of the university and the rectoral tribunal who had jurisdiction over the entire academic body occasionally had very difficult cases to handle.
Christenthum "(rectoral discourse, Würzburg, 1867);" Die kirchliche
The latter governs with the assistance of a rectoral council composed of the deans of the five faculties (theology, law, medicine, philosophy, letters) and of a few other members.
His rectoral or distributive justice is his dealing with his accountable creatures according to the requirements of the law in rewarding or punishing them
England theologians, beginning with Smalley and the second Edwards, to the acceptance of the rectoral theory of the atonement, and so prepared the way for much disputation among the doctors of the next century.
The churches and villages in charge of the rectors of the said colleges and rectoral houses, and their missions, are seventy-three in number, besides others which are being temporarily conducted in other parts, where there is no established village, although the minister and instructor in doctrine visits them.
The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898 — Volume 28 of 55 1637-38 Explorations by Early Navigators, Descriptions of the Islands and Their Peoples, Their History and Records of the Catholic Missions, as Related in Contemporaneous Books and Manuscripts, Showing the Political, Economic, Commercial and Religious Conditions of Those Islands from Their Earliest Relations with European Nations to the Close of the Nineteenth Century