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RECTORY, Eng. law. Corporeal real property, consisting of a church, glebe lands and tithes. 1 Chit. Pr. 163.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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They now walked on together quietly, till within view of the vicarage pales, when a sudden resolution, of at least getting Harriet into the house, made her again find something very much amiss about her boot, and fall behind to arrange it once more.
Every time that he returned hither he was conscious of this divergence, and since he had last shared in the Vicarage life it had grown even more distinctly foreign to his own than usual.
In two days he had returned to the Vicarage with a very startling message.
Aynesworth followed him about an hour later, when his work was done, and made his way towards the Vicarage. It was barely nine o'clock, but the little house seemed already to be in darkness.
According to the application's planning statement, prepared by Savills, the proposals include the demolition of 39a Cathedral Road (the Old Vicarage) and the construction of new purpose-built apartment buildings.
Mr Greenside will be working across a suite of creative services for The Old Vicarage including public relations, video, photography as well as key strategic launches.
Over time, Victorian and Georgians left their imprint on what became the vicar's home (there is still a private access from the garden of The Old Vicarage to the neighbouring St James' Church).
Ahead of Everton's Premier League game with Watford on Saturday - Silva's first return to Vicarage Road since he was dismissed - the pre-match musical playlist on the stadium's public address system is reported to have included songs such as Respect (Aretha Franklin); You Can Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac); Since U Been Gone (Kelly Clarkson); Cry Me a River (Justin Timberlake) and Northern Soul tune The Snake, by Al Wilson - Hornets fans taunted Silva with toy snakes at both meetings between the clubs this season.
This was the 20th league meeting between Watford and Burnley at Vicarage Road but the first one to end goalless.
What has been said is that the Transforming Nuneaton project will focus on the development of Vicarage Street and the area around the railway station, creating a "modern, high-quality and vibrant gateway to Nuneaton".