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PROLOCUTOR. In the ecclesiastical law, signifies a president or chairman of a convocation.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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(2000): "Prophets, Purifi ers and Prolocutors: Towards a Theory on the Emergence of New Parties." Party Politics 6 (2), 175-185.
Lucardie, P 2000, 'Prophets, Purifiers and Prolocutors: Toward a Theory on the Emergence of New Parties', Party Politics, vol.
Benedict's Monastery in Winnipeg and will ask the primate, the prolocutors of General Synod (Dorothy Davies-Flindall and Archdeacon James Cowan) and other church leaders to attend.
The presenter, Prolocutor, appears only in the second version.