deanery


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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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Over the past three years (2016-2018) the RCSEd has placed a total of nine IMGs with roles in Wales alone - and it is hoped that the Deanery will boost this number further, providing vital training and much-needed personnel while boosting patient safety.
Like other parts of the Anglican Church of Canada, the Muskoka deanery is a mixture of financially and demographically healthy parishes and ones that are struggling.
KEITH BLUNDY | | The Right Rev Paul Butler blesses Love Stockton during his prayer walks in Stockton Deanery, joined by fellow prayerwalkers including centre manager Jane Craig
Reference was made to the feelings of members of the congregation; whilst it may be true, considering the amount spent on the deanery, that some people are unhappy with recent and proposed expenditure on additional properties; it it is also a fact that many people are confused as to why existing vacant houses, owned by the church in Bangor, are no longer considered suitable for clergy requiring alternate or new accommodation.
Members of the 15 Catholic churches of the Coventry Deanery also joined in the mass along with hundreds of children from Catholic primary and secondary schools across the city.
"The river isn't far away from the Old Deanery, so my first thought was for the safety of our residents.
Walsall Dean Father Michael Leadbeater said: "On the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, around 40 parishioners from across the Walsall Deanery gathered at St Mary's the Mount for a presentation and workshops on evangelisation.
David Monteith, 21, from Deanery Street, Derry, admitted committing the offence at Park Avenue last May.
Michael Condon, from Shropshire, has been offered a job by the West Midlands Deanery as a junior doctor in an NHS trust.
Prof Field, who is married with two children, is the regional postgraduate dean for NHS West Midlands Workforce Deanery.
is funded by the National Health Service London, Deanery of Postgraduate Dental and Medical Education.
With only four priests serving the 10-parish deanery in the Manchester diocese and few full-time directors of religious education--just one with a master's degree--they understood that the future of their faith communities depended on collaborating rather than competing for personnel and resources.
The eighth and final deanery pilgrimage takes place on Saturday.
Building on the findings from Study 1, it was decided to broaden the scope of the research to look at students' levels of confidence across all 4 schools in the Arts & Sciences Deanery and the Education Deanery.
I read about Victor Chandler's new luxury betting shop in Deanery Street opposite the staff entrance of the Dorchester Hotel; good subject, I thought.