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The handicapper has hit him with a 10lb rise for that victory, but Defrocked is along way from reaching the bottom of the barrel, and in Jamie Spencer he has the ideal jockey to execute laughs-last, laughsloudest tactics.
The figures come after the Vatican said earlier this year that nearly 400 priests were defrocked worldwide in 2011 and 2012 by the former pope over claims of child abuse.
Scicluna said the numbers for most years are made up of about 50 percent by priests who were actively defrocked and the rest by those who had asked to leave the priesthood after they "admit their crimes".
The statistics for 2011 and 2012 show a dramatic increase over the 171 priests removed in 2008 and 2009, when the Vatican first provided details on the number of priests who have been defrocked.
More than 30 Thai monks have been defrocked for illegal drug use, an official said Wednesday, in the latest scandal to hit the kingdom's Buddhist clergy.
The Catholic Church's crisis began in Boston in 2002 when media began reporting how cases of abuse were systematically covered up and abusive priests shuttled from parish to parish instead of being defrocked and handed over to civil authorities.
Roxanne seduces then betrays him, getting Romero defrocked and humiliated.
Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony told subordinates to delay reporting to police claims that a priest had sexually abused a minor until the priest in question could be defrocked, court documents made public last month say.
Two old divas - Mrs Brown and a defrocked Lily Savage.
And perhaps the new logo promoters should appear suitably defrocked on page 3 of the next issue.
1 Which crime series threw together two brothers - one an upwardly mobile villain, the other a defrocked Catholic priest - as owners of a dance hall?
He then received five more years' probation after pleading guilty to indecent assault and other charges stemming from a different case and was defrocked in 2006.
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- deform one’s character
- defray expenses
- defray in advance
- defray the cost
- defying lawful authority
- degraded person
- degree of importance
- degree of kinship
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