Bishop Ma remains under house arrest.
Again, Bishop did not pick anyone out.
The only living former bishop of Harrisburg is Kevin C.
The church is divided into seven dioceses, each headed by a bishop.
I mean, I think I'm sure she read Bishop during this time, you know.
A biochemist named Debra Moriarity watched Bishop from across the table.
Bishop Barros, who is accused of witnessing and covering up abuse, is 61.
When Lota broke down again, the following summer, Bishop fled to New York.
Bishop Notger, in office from 972 to 1008, established the office of prince-bishop.
In Iquique, Bishop Barros told reporters that Francis had offered him “words of support and affection.”
The traditional picture of the events leading to Bishop Tempier’s condemnation looks something like this.
Then he walked briskly to the Bishop, and told the Bishop what the Bishop already knew.
Thus descriptions like “the bishop” or “the bishop who meets a bishop” do not denote uniquely.
Thus, archdeacons became rivals of the bishop and exercised in their territories all the rights of a bishop except the power of ordaining.
Therefore, each player has one bishop that travels only on light-coloured squares and one bishop that travels only on dark-coloured squares.
For constructive ZF, the main focus has been to represent the mathematical practice of Bishop (Bishop 1967, Bishop and Bridges 1985).
Reinkens, who was made bishop in Germany by a sympathetic bishop of the Jansenist Church of Holland, Bishop Heykamp of Deventer, on Aug. 11, 1873.
Among them was a depreciation of the bishop: The Hypermoderns had attacked Tarrasch’s high opinion of an unobstructed bishop and said a bishop could profitably be traded for a knight.
At a time of strife between king and pope over who wielded authority, Ms Brown argues, Bishop Pall Jonsson was the Norse bishop “whose role in real life most closely matches that of the bishop on the chessboard”.
Anglican bishops in England place over their shield a mitre; but the bishop of Durham, as a bishop palatinate (bishop of a county whose lord had regal powers), has the mitre in a ducal coronet (a coronet decorated with three strawberry leaves), and behind his shield is a sword and crosier in saltire (diagonally crossed).
- a senior member of the Christian clergy having spiritual and administrative authority; appointed in Christian churches to oversee priests or ministers; considered in some churches to be successors of the twelve Apostles of Christ
- port wine mulled with oranges and cloves
- (chess) a piece that can be moved diagonally over unoccupied squares of the same color
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Anglican bishops in England place over their shield a mitre but the bishop of Durham as a bishop palatinate bishop of a county whose lord had regal powers has the mitre in a ducal coronet a coronet decorated with three strawberry leaves and behind his shield is a sword and crosier in saltire diagonally crossed