|right to appoint a priest to a church office||advowson|
|(British) noncommissioned military officer ranked above a corporal or airman first class; police office ranked below a captain or lieutenant (also sergeant)||serjeant|
|(in Scotland) principal of a school ; priest, pastor||dominie|
|(Roman Catholic Church) of an oratory (group of secular priests who lived in religious communities)||Oratorian|
|(Roman Catholicism) the authority which teaches doctrine, teaching authority of Roman Catholic Church||magisterium|
|, send a letter, appoint to command, assign to a position or duty, station; publicize, advertise; inform; send electronic mail to a newsgroup (Computers); send by mail; move up and down in a saddle (Equitation); travel quickly, by post horse, denounce ...||post|
|16th-century Christian religious movement which sought to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of Protestantism||Reformation|
|a parish priest||curé|
|ability to lead, guidance, leaders, office or position of leader, position or duties of a leader; management ability; guidance, direction||leadership|
|able to be gotten, eligible for office, ready for use; attainable; unoccupied; valid, unattached||available|
|accept something reluctantly, leave a job, quit an office or position; relinquish, give up, abdicate; submit to, quietly accept, relinquish a claim||resign|
|acceptance into church, ceremony marking beginning of responsible adulthood, confirming something, formal approval; proof; verification; coming of age ceremony (Christianity, Judaism), something that confirms something else||confirmation|
|acceptance of treaty, addition to collection, arrival, attainment; act of coming into high office, succession, assent, catalog additions to collection, increase to property, right to increase in property, sudden mood, taking up position||accession|
|according to the beliefs of the Roman Catholic Church||catholically|
|accuse an official of an offense, accuse of a serious crime, accuse; formally charge with misconduct; cast doubt upon; remove from office, bring charges against somebody, cast out of public office, disparage||impeach|
|achieve sex with somebody, amount to, appoint, arrange for use, be in time for, be included in, brand, bring about, build or appearance, cause somebody to act, cause sound to be heard, cause to exist for reason, cause to succeed, change somebody or som...||make|
|act as deputy, appoint as a representative; delegate authority to a deputy, choose representative||depute|
|act as pastor, minister, priest, clergyman, parson; spiritual leader, spiritual guide, shepherd, spiritual adviser||pastor|
|act of enlisting somebody, act of inducting somebody, causing, bringing about; introduction, initiation; formal installation in an office; act or process of deriving a general proposition from certain facts; production of an electric or magnetic state ...||induction|
|act of loading software, fit or connect something, load software, place somebody in office, settle in||install; instal|
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