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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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Women in the first generation of clerical marriages had much to lose in marrying pastors: Some were sent into exile, others were imprisoned, and a few were executed.
This was an opportunity to address all abuse, including clerical abuse, and I very much regret that has not been taken.
Meanwhile, on Thursday, October 7, the clerical regime's Intelligence Ministry sent two new agents, Davoud Heidari and Hekmat Safar Khanlou, who have absolutely no ties to the camp's residents, to Ashraf's main gate in order to boost the morale of the regime's demoralized operatives.
era (Before Email and Cell Phones)--twenty-some years ago, each clerical worker in the college at the public comprehensive university where I then worked was assigned to support five faculty members.
His phantom-like presence, except when he gets irritated with gays who want to receive the Eucharist together, is a symptom of the withering away of the clerical culture.
Pope Benedict XVI has met with a group of self-described clerical abuse victims during his trip to the small mediterranean island of Malta.
Scholarship on the feminization of clerical work and the production of gender relations in the white collar workplace tends to focus either on the 'early' period from the late nineteenth century to the 1930s, or on the period since the 1970s.
The ramp service and stores agents' agreement was ratified by 85% of the employees who participated in the vote, while the clerical, office and passenger service employees rejected their proposed contract extension by 65%.
O'Brien said the 109-member Worcester Clerical Association has ratified an agreement with the city that implements a series of cost-saving measures intended to preserve jobs during difficult fiscal times.
We understand some clerical work is necessary but all these new responsibilities are taking the most talented of our nurses away from patient care,' said Judith.
NURSES in the region say they are being forced to spend too much time on clerical duties at the expense of caring for patients and supporting their relatives.
Instead of attending to patients medical needs, 91 per cent of nurses in the West Midlands claim clerical support is either nonexistent or inadequate, despite the fact nonurgent paperwork has increased significantly since 2003.