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clerical

adjective accessory, ad administrationem pertimens, administrating, administrative, assistant, attendant, attending, auxiliary, ex officio, helping, intermediary
Associated concepts: clerical acts, clerical duties, clerical errors, clerical mistakes, clerical omissions
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President Hydro Union Jameel Tanooli demanded from Wapda administration to immediately hire the technical and clerical staff for Hazara region and pay the outstanding dues.
how, where, when, and even why did clerical marriage become accepted as a behavioral norm for the clergy; why would monks, nuns, and priests and their sexual partners risk taking the step of marriage when they already had tacit toleration for their households; what were the public and official reactions to the change that marriage implied; and what impact were these changes and the events of public weddings of clergy to have on attitudes to and regulation of marriage, gender, and sexuality?
In 2nd year, clerical staff will hike 40 hours per week and then in the final year all members will get a 2% hike.
Moorish Clerical Services North America plans on becoming a strong contributor to the creation of more positive wealth in North America.
With the deal, whose restrictions on the clerical regime's atomic program start to rapidly fade after year eight, the president has bought time--a decent interval--for America's continuing withdrawal from the region.
Ridon said the claim of clerical error presented by Secretary Florencio Abad in explaining the DBM documents that authorized "augmentation" of the PDAF from the 2011 DAP is quite ludicrous.
We are all victims - we are all entitled to the same answers whether we suffered in institutions and clerical abuse.
Pope Gregory VII (reign, 1073-1085) worked harder than most popes to enforce clerical celibacy, but he met with considerable resistance, as did those who attempted to enforce his decrees.
The clerical regime has resorted to a new plot in order to intensify pressure and psychological torture against Camp Ashraf residents and to lay the groundwork for the perpetration of another massacre at the camp.
Clerical support for higher education remains predominantly female-a semiotic feature of higher education and its class structure that backgrounds the struggles of women faculty whose stories Philipsen has cited.
Any studying for civil service clerical exams need Barron's CIVIL SERVICE CLERICAL EXAMS guide (0764143026, $16.
The news that, including retired prelates, Chicago is now home to more bishops than monsignors means that the tipping point has been reached for clerical culture.