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PREFECT, French law. A chief officer invested with the superintendence of the administration of the laws in each department. Merl. Repert. h.t.

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Nevertheless, that he failed in the solution of this mystery, is by no means that matter for wonder which he supposes it; for, in truth, our friend the Prefect is somewhat too cunning to be profound.
This week's handover ceremony was attended by the IOM Chad team led by Chief of Mission Anne Schaefer, local authorities represented by the Prefect and Deputy Prefect of Gore, Chief of Army, Chief of Police, and traditional authorities.
I decided to report the matter to the deputy principal's office and the prefect was summoned and warned.
Berth occupancy was managed at the port at 55% on Tuesday where a total of nine ships namely, Maersk Kinloss, MSC Heidi, Victoria Harbour, Chang AN, Ocean Prefect, Gong Ying-1, Kenta, White Purl and SCF Pioneer were currently occupied at PQA berths to load/offload Containers, Steel Coil, Animal Feed, Coal, Soya Bean Seeds, LPG, Palm oil and Diesel oil respectively.
The pope has appointed Archbishop Luis Ladaria, 73, as the new prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Aside from Cardinal Tagle, those elected were: Cardinal Christoph SchAaAaAeA nbo of Vienna, Cardinal Wilfrid Fox Napier of Durban (South Africa), Cardinal Oscar AndrAaAaAeA@s RodrAaAaAeA guez Maradiaga of Tegucigalpa (Honduras), Card Peter Kodwo Appiah Turkson, president of the Pontifical Council for Justice and Peace; Cardinal George Pell, prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy; Cardinal Marc Ouellet, prefect of the Congregation for Bishops; Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Mumbai (India), Cardinal Vincent Nichols of Westminster, Cardinal Robert Sarah, prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments; Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia, and Archbishop Bruno Forte of Chieti-Vasto (Italy).
Carwyn the Blameless, Carwyn the Head Prefect, Carwyn sidestepping on shadows in a sunlit park as a very young player, 'so little body, so much mind, and big ears that stuck out
55 Salisbury There was a huge track bias at Newbury when Prefect made his second start 25 days ago, with those who raced on the stands' side seemingly treading water in the final couple of furlongs compared with the group of runners in the centre of the course (the first home on the stands' side finished tenth, three places in front of Prefect).
From left: Almondbury Community School prefect Josh Young, U3A Y |activities organiser Ted Duggan and Huddersfield Giants Heritage Project leader Brian Heywood
Deputy senior prefect Ben Roberts, aged 15, from Great Barr, got involved by donning a replica soldier's uniform he wears to historical re-enactments.
CRACKLEY Hall School announced its new prefect body at their annual Prize Giving Ceremony held at Leamington's Royal Spa Centre.
In an interview, Zollitsch said that the Prefect of the CDF is not the Pope and that Muller's position only represents "Tradition.