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a bishop in one of several Eastern Orthodox Churches in North America

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a bishop in eastern Christendom who holds a place below a patriarch but above a metropolitan

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a viceroy who governed a large province in the Roman Empire

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Although she knew how severely the Georgian people were punished for expressing their views and beliefs, Wardrop was not afraid to criticize Russian politicians and the Russian Synod for its practices against the Georgian Church: "a hundred years ago the government of the Georgian church passed into the hands of Russian Exarchs and what do we see?
QUEZALES UNTIDILY ACHROMIC FLEABANE FERMENTS (81) HAPHAZARD AQUILEGIA SUCCORING TAEKWONDO (77) SCOFFLAWS HYPEREMIA AMATIVELY HALAZONES (77) HAMADA EXEQUY MIZUNA PLEACH YESSES (76) SNIPPER NONHOME EIDOLIC ESERINE ZONATED EMETINE RESECTS (75) HARIJAN ATOMIZE WASABIS EXIGENT DYNODES (74) PRELATE SEMILOG HEEZING ACTABLE WHIRLER SYNDETS (74) REPAST EXARCH DUNKER EVZONE FIESTA YAREST (73)
85) By the close of the century this process was complete: Byzantine Italy was at this time ruled by a military governor known to historians as the exarch.
170 YEARS SINCE THE BIRTH OF EXARCH JOSEPH [fine arts]
If the invitation is accepted, I think that one year is sufficient time for such visit to be prepared," Kiro Stojanov, Bishop of Skopje and Apostolic Exarch of Macedonia, said.
The protoxylem is generally exarch in position, being present at the ends of the xylem tissue.
Chrysostomos (Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies) is Exarch in America for the Synod of Old Calendarist Greek Orthodox Bishops.
The country was designated an Exarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church in 1989, creating the BOC under Patriarchal Exarch Metropolitan Filaret.
A united Europe must draw on Orthodoxy, otherwise she cannot be united, neither can she be Europe,' Monsignor Damaskinos (left), the Metropolitan of Switzerland, Exarch of Europe and representative of the ecumenical patriarch of Constantinople in Geneva, told the Caux conference in August.
In his famous letter to the exarch Joseph, Scholarios says that he read the whole work in four hours.
NCsoft's complete line-up of products for the show include: Lineage(tm) II: The Chaotic Chronicles, City of Heroes(tm), Guild Wars(tm), Exarch, Shining Lore(tm) and a Microsoft Xbox title, Kingdom Under Fire(tm): The Crusaders.
The metropolitan of Kiev, now "patriarchal exarch of Moscow of the Ukraine," since the fourteenth century;
Above the south gate, the third reconstruction included aplaque dated 1599, one hundred and six years after the Ottomans vanquished the Byzantine Empire, naming Christopher, Nessebur's bishop, "The Exarch of the entire Black Sea" The glorious frescoes were painted at that time.
The church officials in the delegation included Metropolitan Timotej of Debar and Kicevo, Metropolitan Pimen of Europe, Priest Nikola Hristoski of the Macedonian Orthodox Church, as well as Kiro Stojanov, Bishop of Skopje and Apostolic Exarch of the Catholic Church of Macedonia.
He was an exarch of Africa who was sent to Egypt when Emperor Heraclius, in order to oppose the Arab invasion, was collecting troops throughout Northern Africa.