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Sentence count:138Posted:2017-03-28Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: apostolicapostolicalpontificalSimilar words: papayanapalmpapernewspaperpaper jampapyrusjapanapartMeaning: ['peɪpl]  adj. proceeding from or ordered by or subject to a pope or the papacy regarded as the successor of the Apostles. 
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1. Archbishop Perier could hardly refuse the Papal Nuncio.
2. Within them was the small papal enclave of Benevento.
3. The burden of implementing papal decisions and the decisions of councils fell directly upon the bishops.
4. The offerings made at the altars of papal churches were shared by the pope with the assisting clergy.
5. So lofty were these papal prerogatives, that no further Council would ever be needed, or so it seemed to many.
6. In addition to the papal disregard of Canterbury's primatial claim over York, the monastic community suffered another grievous blow.
7. The papal reform tended to drive a wedge between the educated, celibate higher clergy, and the rank and file.
8. The archbishop came back under papal orders to avoid giving offence to the king.
9. Yet after 1337 no further papal taxation was levied until 1362.
10. Alexander was resident at the papal curia at the time of his election to Coventry in 1224.
11. A formal papal judgement on this point would have dispelled all doubts.
12. However, Talbot's days close to the papal throne were by then limited.
13. The decibel-diplomacy outside the Papal embassy continued yesterday with more top-volume rock music in spite of Vatican protests.
14. This text, without carrying official papal authority, truly maintains the spirit of Dei Verbum.
15. Innocent exhibited no change in previous papal policy on Sicily.
16. The papal letter which they brought was uncompromising in principle, though noticeably vague in its terms.
17. The religious houses fitted neatly into the papal hierarchical structure.
18. He tried hard to do this, but he was fighting a losing battle here against the rising tide of papal authority.
19. The relationship between the popes and the religious houses could be used to papal advantage.
20. Of the Tuscan towns, Amelia and Otricoli were the only ones to accept papal domination without a murmur.
21. Desiderius responded to the Pope by raising an army and seizing Sinigaglia and Urbino, hitherto papal cities.
22. These rights were very extensive, but they were threatened by, rather than dependent on, recent papal legislation.
23. Meanwhile, against the pope's better judgement, Edward had recalled from the papal Curia another exile, Winchelsey.
24. The pope's intention now was for a diet of princes to be convoked - to be chaired by a papal legate.
25. They might even find that the trees prefer flute bands to papal choirs.
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26. It was for him that St Bernard wrote his famous tract on papal power.
27. By 1411 Hus had become so influential that Prague was laid under papal interdict.
28. They were even more alarmed by hostility to the papal diplomatic service.
29. There were now not only two popes but two centres of papal authority, Rome and Avignon.
30. Papal indulgences which required payment and which greatly increased papal revenues served the same purpose.
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