Prolocutor


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PROLOCUTOR. In the ecclesiastical law, signifies a president or chairman of a convocation.

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Likewise the sole surviving play of the Norwich cycle provides evidence of other innovations; a presenter is added, one whose speeches make clear that the play can be performed as part of a cycle, or on its own; the stage direction before the first prologue specifies 'Yt ys to be notyd that when the Grocers Pageant is played withowte eny other goenge befor yt then doth the Prolocutor say in this wise', (59) while for the second 'Note that yf ther goeth eny other pageants before yt, the Prolocutor sayeth as ys on the other side and leaveth owte this'.
H21, the government resources obtained; H22, the political competitive capability and advantage obtained; H23 the improvement of market and financial performance, will be positively affected by the eight types of political strategies, that is, government involvement, direct participation, government association, financial incentive, prolocutor, institution innovation, information consultation, and societal force mobilisation.
From 1985-1996 Bishop Sentamu was a member of the General Synod, and was prolocutor of the Province of Canterbury between 1990 and 1996.
The prolocutor points out the figure of the King of Life "of pe King of Life, i wol 3ou telle/Qwho stondit first biffore/All me pat bet of flessch & fel/& of women i bore" (ll.
There were two houses: the House of Bishops, presided over by the Archbishop, and the lower house, consisting of deans and various elected clergy, presided over by a prolocutor whose election had to be confirmed by the upper house.
Cynthia Haines-Turner, prolocutor of General Synod, suggested that Myers work with another CoGS member to draft a resolution on the prayer for the next meeting of CoGS, with the understanding that CoGS would then present it to General Synod with the appropriate background information.
Butler, "Baleus Prolocutor and the Establishment of the Prologue in Sixteenth-Century Drama" (93-110); Janette Dillon, "Chariots and Cloud Machines: Gods and Goddesses on Early English Stages" (111-30); and Alan Somerset, "Some New Thoughts on an Old Question: 'Professional' Touring Theater Outside London Before 1590" (131-40).
If we do not get our own act together as ministers, other people will impose something on us," commented Canon Hugh Wilcox, Prolocutor of the Canterbury Convocation.
Privett, who has also been bishop of the diocese of Kootenay since 2005, was elected at a meeting of the province's electoral college in Vancouver September 16, according to Canon Randall Fairey, prolocutor of the province.
A former deputy prolocutor and a facilitator in the School for Congregational Development in the diocese of New Westminster have been elected the new prolocutor and deputy prolocutor, respectively, of General Synod for the next three years.
That's a fairly huge issue for our church, so I think people who come to this General Synod will rightly have some anxiety about that," says General Synod Deputy Prolocutor Cynthia Haines-Turner, in another video released by the office of General Synod.
The Canadian delegation also included Archdeacon Michael Thompson, general secretary of the Anglican Church of Canada, who went in place of Archdeacon Harry Huskins, prolocutor of General Synod, and Archdeacon Paul Feheley, the primate's principal secretary, who headed the ACC communications team.