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POPE. The chief of the catholic religion is so called. He is a temporal prince. He is elected by certain officers called cardinals, and remains in power during life. In the 9th Collation of the Authentics it is declared the bishop of Rome hath the first place of sitting in all assemblies, and the bishop of Constantinople the second. Ridley's View, part 1, chap. 3, sect. 10.
     2. The pope has no political authority in the United States.

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Mr Watt and another ex-pupil, Jean Boyne, contacted Mr Popay, who was leading the hall restoration, and suggested that it could be an apt home for the window.
These initiatives are endorsed by the People's Health Trust and its independent board of acknowledged experts, chaired by Professor Jennie Popay.
Following Noyes (Noyes and Popay, 2007) and Parsons (Parsons et al, 2007) among others, this review employed thematic analysis.
The Coventry school winners were: Sam Coppard, of Coventry Blue Coat School, Victoria Darby, of Tile Hill Wood School, Shailen Taylor, of Bishop Ullathorne School, Katrina Jackson, of King Henry VIII School, Natasha Frazer, of Caludon Castle School, Grace Megan Popay, of Cardinal Wiseman School, Emma Moffatt, of Finham Park School, Oliver Towlson, of Bablake School, Daniel Molloy, of Cardinal Newman Catholic School, and Thomas Adams, of Ernesford Grange Community School.
Popay and Williams (1998) pointed out that partnerships are relationships, and relationships are about power and control.
Formed in 1970 by Ralph Oswick and Brian Popay, the Natural Theater Company has performed all over the world.
Roger Popay, 65, of Stokesby, Norfolk, said he received a letter from Great Yarmouth Borough Council after complaints were made about "noise from roaming chickens".
Khan K, Riet G, Popay J, Nixon J, Kleijnen J (2001) Phase 5: Study quality assessment.