benefice


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Synonyms for benefice

an endowed church office giving income to its holder

endow with a benefice

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La Bourse de Casablanca attenue ses pertes a la cloture apres des prises de benefices
He also sees a parish benefice as being directly tied to the Eucharist.
She added: "A decision on the future of the benefice will be made by Bishop Andrew in due course.
Le premier groupe, qui comprend 26 % de l'echantillon, reunit des PME qui tres majoritairement ne percoivent aucun benefice a l'implantation d'un regime de retraite aux employes.
We can evaluate the overall importance of Palmer's book: for explicating in fine detail the management of benefice income in the later Middle Ages, not least the marvelous information about leasing; for elucidating the program of parochial reform embarked on from 1529; for reintroducing us to the wonderful material in the plea rolls, some of it presented in the voluminous appendices; but most of all for suggesting another route to religious reform alongside Shagan's interpretation, but crucially from different evidence.
Under the green paper affecting churchgoers in Sedgefield, Bishop Middleham and Trimdon district, the new area is called the Benefice of Upper Skerne.
Considering public office as a benefice necessarily results in favouritism, which in turn leads to the abuse and misuse of public money, bribery, graft, influence peddling and corruption," he said.
100 des entrepreneurs prevoient une hausse de leur benefice net", a-t-il explique.
Un tout petit benefice d'une moyenne 37,5 mille DT Aa par agence et un RN en yoyo
La societe a enregistre un benefice net record de 7,7 millions de dinars en 2013, principalement tire par de solides revenus de placement, avec des performances techniques demeurant modestes, generant un ratio combine de 98%.
THE people of All Saints' Church, Cyncoed, joined with the three other benefice churches to hold a coffee morning in aid of those affected by the floods on the Somerset Levels and in Wales.
693,86 points, tire notamment par les grandes capitalisations de la Banque Centrale Populaire (BCP) et Managem, l'impact de leurs hausses etant attenue par les prises de benefice sur plusieurs groupes, notamment Wafa Assurance.
The move would mean clergy no longer have to apply for a special licence for couples with a "qualifying connection" to one church who want to marry in another church within the same benefice, or grouping of parishes.
Urban kept peace at the curia, gave good government to Avignon and the Comtat-Venaissin, supported the re-conquest of the Papal States, promoted higher education, facilitated some monastic reform, and pursued a benefice policy that sought to eliminate accumulation, enforce residency, and enhance the provisees' educational qualifications.