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Synonyms for deanery

the official residence of a dean

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the position or office of a dean

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1214-1968: A Biographical Register; Part 1: The Deaneries of Aslacoe and Aveland
Dr John Sentamu will lead the day with a Eucharist service at 10am on January 25, and prayers will continue until 5pm, with reflections on the work of the 13 deaneries in the diocese.
In future all deaneries will be known as area deaneries.
In 1904, his widow distributed his books to the six deaneries that then made up the diocese, said Mr.
Health Minister Ann Keen said: "The high fill rate is good news for patients, the NHS and deaneries across the country and has been achieved despite this year's problems with implementing the national recruitment programme.
This week, the 55-year-old was at St Thomas More Church in Knoll Drive, Styvechale, Coventry, for a welcome Mass for people from the deaneries of Coventry and Rugby.
Defines the roles of the deaneries more clearly and develops protocols between the key players of how decisions are made.
Outreach plays an important part of the ministry in the Arctic, which is divided into seven deaneries (Mackenzie Delta, Upper Mackenzie, Kitikmeot, Kivalliq, North Baffin, South Baffin and Nunavik).