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Synonyms for enthronement

the ceremony of installing a new monarch

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One benefactor of the Shrine told me: 'Father, don't forget the poor,'' Father Mactal said in his homily during the enthronement mass, which was held before the concert.
Summary: "Morocco represents a genuine model of development, stability, security and openness to Europe and the West", underlined the Czech president, who was attending a ceremony held by Morocco's Embassy in Prague on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of HM King Mohammed VI's enthronement," adding that the Moroccan model "should inspire the region's countries.
Now, as the congregation prepare for an enthronement at Durham Cathedral, stonemason Nigel Mawson has carved his name into a stone plaque that lists the names of all the Bishops of Durham.
THE next Bishop of Durham, the Right Reverend Paul Butler, will have his name engraved in stone ahead of his formal enthronement later this week.
The process has already begun to choose the bishop of the West Yorkshire and the Dales who will be called the Bishop of Leeds and it is hoped that an announcement can be made around February with an enthronement around July.
The new government is expected to be announced when Sheikh Tamim makes his first address to the nation later on Wednesday marking his official enthronement as new ruler of the gas-rich state.
enthronement of democracy and freedom in Azerbaijan.
NNA - President of the Republic, General Michel Sleiman, visited the Vatican on Friday, where he met with Pope Francis, congratulating him on his new enthronement over the Catholic Church.
This past March he attended the enthronement of the new Coptic Orthodox pope, and in February he was the only patriarch present at the enthronement of the new Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch.
Merging social and political history and literary studies, these essays address such topics as royal imposture in Russia as a cultural-historical phenomenon, enthronement in the Russian and Byzantine traditions, Europe as metaphor and metonymy in relation to the history of Russia, and the myth of the state in the Age of Enlightenment and its destruction in late 18th-century Russia.
Jobless Jonathan Elliott, 47, had thought the premier was in the car as it arrived at Canterbury Cathedral for the enthronement of new Archbishop Justin Welby.
LONDON, March 22 (KUNA) -- A man who allegedly ran at a car carrying the Heir to the UK throne, the Prince of Wales and his wife, the Duchess of Cornwall before the Archbishop of Canterbury's enthronement was appearing in court Friday, police said.
Historic seat: The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, sits in the Chair of St Augustine during his enthronement service and kisses the Canterbury Gospels (below).
The Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend Justin Welby, kisses the Canterbury Gospels and (above) sits in the Chair of St Augustine during his enthronement service
The Prince of Wales speaks with the Archbishop of Canterbury, The Most Reverend Justin Welby following his Enthronement at Canterbury Cathedral