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consistorial

in Scots legal practice, cases to do with status, such as DIVORCE. It is no longer a technical term, but many practitioners still use it.
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Focusing specifically on the Jewish community of Paris, she sets out to examine the process of socioeconomic and cultural and religious integration between the years 1808, when the Consistorial system was created, and 1840, when, as she sees it, the processes of integration had largely been completed.
This organization, he concludes, played a pivotal role "in paving the way for a larger participation of consistorial Judaism in the Zionist effort".
My study of the thirteen years of (extant) consistory minutes between 1568 and 1582 (54) allows us for the first time to quantify the total number and types of suspensions and draw some general conclusions regarding consistorial activity during the second decade of Beza's ministry in Geneva.
9 suspensions per session; four years later, that number has been reduced by over one-half; by 1582, the average number of consistorial censures stands at 3.
This is attributable to the 18 new LIDER stores opened during the period April 2006 to March 2007: 14 supermarkets Express by LIDER and 3 compact hypermarkets Hyper by LIDER during 2006, in addition to the supermarket Express Consistorial in Penalolen and the remodeling of Express La Dehesa in 2007.
Lord Salvesen's evidence to Royal Commission, 263; Maurice Lothian, The Law, Practice and Style Peculiar to the Consistorial Actions Transferred to the Court of Session (Edinburgh, 1830), 176.
The documents presented to the Cardinals of the Sacred Consistorial in the winter of 1909 began by mentioning that this was the third meeting with respect to the choice for the Bishop of London and gave a summary of the decision taken in the previous meeting of February 1909.
As a result, the nomination of Bishop McEvay's successor for the Diocese of London was now the responsibility of the Consistorial Congregation.
Clearly, consistorial records lead the Protestant way in this area, as scholars like Robert Kingdon have realized for some time, while the opening of the Vatican penitential archives could revolutionize the study of that area of Catholic life.
In it, Posth rejected the consistorial view that the decision of the Ribbeck parish to make official its membership in the Confessing Church was "unconstitutional and legally inoperative.
Pastor Posth's final point of objection to the consistorial demand to give up control of the Ribbeck parish stemmed from a fundamental criticism of political influence within the church.
But, despite these real fears, they tenaciously hung onto Consistorial power and denied any real growth of individual religious experience.