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Sentence count:54Posted:2017-02-15Updated:2017-02-15
Synonym: Protestant deaconSimilar words: deaconessbeaconpeacocklaconicboa constrictordraw a conclusionbring home the baconacousticMeaning: ['diːkən]  n. 1. a Protestant layman who assists the minister 2. a cleric ranking just below a priest in Christian churches; one of the Holy Orders. 
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1. Mr Deacon remained impassive throughout the performance.
2. To: John Deacon. From: Maria Soames. Re: computer system.
3. During this time he was ordained deacon and priest.
4. He was ordained deacon in 1833 and priest in 1834.
5. Diaper was ordained deacon in Wells on 19 June 1709, and served subsequently as curate in Brent in the same diocese.
6. Ordained deacon in 1875, he became the first chaplain of Clifton College Mission.
7. The same man apparently also posed as a deacon at a nearby Catholic parish but fled when confronted.
8. After he served for a year as a deacon he was ordained as a priest.
9. He said: When you are ordained deacon you have arrived.
10. His preparation to be a deacon was disturbed by a death and by mental illness.
11. Ron Deacon is adoptive father to five love bird chicks, who need constant care and attention.
12. Cheltenham chairman Dennis Deacon is hoping his luck holds for tonight's replay at Bournemouth.
13. Mrs Deacon sat at one end of the long table and I sat at the other.
14. She detested Mrs Deacon, who was like a sterner, more forthright edition of Mrs Martin.
15. The deacon is very kind.
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16. Deacon flamed at his host.
17. Likewise as touching a Presbyter and a Deacon.
18. Is your son a deacon?
19. The deacon was canonically inducted.
20. The deacon was killed last night by a stranger.
21. Deacon made no secret of his loathing of Bayldon.
22. CANON XLII: If any Bishop, or Presbyter, or Deacon wastes his time by playing dice, or getting drunk, either let him desist therefrom or let him be deposed from office.
23. Straightening up for a second time, Anna thought Isobel looked more like a librarian than a deacon.
24. They supplied machinery to Pilkington's of St Helens, where Deacon moved after completing his apprenticeship in the early 1840s.
25. A much earlier development than the biblical canon was the evolution of the threefold ministry of bishop, presbyter, and deacon.
26. Because churches are autonomous, the denomination has no authority to limit the pulpit or deacon boards to men, he said.
27. Thomas of Canterbury was in Touraine, he promoted his companion, Avertinus, to deacon.
28. Gallus died in 551, and by 552 Gregory was a deacon in Lyons, where Nicetius was then bishop.
29. She had been married to Nahum Morey for two years when the staid Mrs Deacon died of influenza.
30. Anyone strolling past Newcastle United's dressing room when kick-off approaches can expect to be greeted by the strains of Deacon Blue's Dignity.
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