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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of bishopric

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Derived Form of bishopric

plural: bishoprics
the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop
Partsparish, see,
Type ofjurisdiction,
Typesarchdiocese, eparchy, exarchate,

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  1. and the administrative, spiritual, and educational center of the bishopric or diocesethe district
  2. had reassumed his bishopric in Porto and was elected pope in 891.
  3. More pilgrims, more donations, a stronger bishopric and more power within the religious order.
  4. appointment of Nestorius a priest from Antioch to the bishopric of
  5. And the wife of one of the members of the bishopric came over and sat on my couch
  6. bishopric who handed Tom a copy of
  7. The wife of a member of a bishopric or a stake
  8. bishopric discussed the lack of success with the young
  9. He was no sooner out the door than the bishopric looked at
  10. Counselor in the bishopric.
  11. previous bishopric with the painting of its exterior.
  12. Greek sort of sounding word for bishop or bishopric or something
  13. It gained notoriety in Romania only when the Greek Catholic bishopric seat was moved here.
  14. part of which fell under the bishopric of London,
  15. Bishopric many years ago, I was charged
  16. During the Roman imperial period, the city became a district under a bishop's control, known as a bishopric.
  17. and the Presiding Bishopric, authorizes the expenditure
  18. One son was faithfully serving in a bishopric,
  19. Home teaching, bishopric's work, and other Church duties
  20. young children at home and serving in a bishopric. Thus, after much preparation, when I decided