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Sentence count:29Posted:2016-10-31Updated:2016-12-13
Similar words: relaterelatedrelativerelationrelativelycorrelationin relation torelationshipMeaning: ['prelɪt]  n. a senior clergyman and dignitary. 
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1. The line of the living began with prelates in grand clothes, the Pope leading.
2. The newly elected prelate still needed ecclesiastical consecration before he could exercise his pastoral functions.
3. The court of Gascony, composed of prelates and barons, was to be consulted to this end.
4. Primates and prelates exercised political power most effectively when they were moving in support of magnate opposition; against united barons they were impotent.
5. The prelates were concerned, as explicit statements show, primarily to defend the church's liberties.
6. A high prelate has his own private room.
7. Do you know the name of that prelate?
8. Nobody is a civil lord, a prelate or a bishop while he is in mortal sin.
9. The hymn was over , the prelate had began to deliver his discourse.
10. The Italian-born prelate is an expert in dealing with China Church affairs.
11. The retired prelate told visitors that he gave his health condition "full marks" but said he felt tired as his fast entered the final day.
12. Christian prelate and martyr who led Christians in North Africa during persecution by the Roman emperors Decius and Valerian.
13. Give me", said the prelate , a just tribunal, or allow me to meet my accusers face to face in your presence."
14. The bad life of a prelate means that his subjects do not receive orders and the other sacraments.
15. Italian-born missionary and prelate who introduced Christianity to southern Britain and in 598 was ordained as the first archbishop of Canterbury.
16. F In principle, the prelate of the First Order is without authority over the nuns.
17. A prelate, usually a titular bishop, who has jurisdiction over a territory not in a diocese but subject directly to the Holy See.
18. Much of the blame for the schism is generally attributed to Nikon, the overbearing prelate elevated to the Patriarchate in 1652.
19. The immediate impact of this event was to dissuade other prelates from publicly defending the king.
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20. In these years he was frequently a proctor for prelates and religious institutions in Parliament.
21. The Bishop of London, a senior bishop in the Church of England , serves as the Order's Prelate.
22. A young lady fall in love with the estimable prelate.
23. Let us see therefore what he said of this prelate, and how far he said truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.
24. "The grim situation is frustrating people who are fasting in the hot Ramadan", said the prelate, who will celebrate Eucharist on the final day of the pilgrimage.
25. More than 100 years after the English civil war, for instance, any prelate who was "enthusiastic" about religion attracted censure and suspicion.
26. Since there are millions of tourists from China visiting Hong Kong every year, the prelate hoped mainland Catholics would also come to "pay tribute to the relic and model on the late pope."
27. There were some, however, who refused to yield to the authority of pope or prelate .
28. Auschwitz is also a "special place" because it is where Polish Franciscan friar Saint Maximilian Kolbe was killed, the prelate added.
29. There are many Catholics who need to be freed from poverty," the prelate said.
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