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NOUN   a vicar | vicars
викарий {м}
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Translation for 'vicar' from English to Russian

викарий {м}занятиерелиг.
Usage Examples English
  • 1918 Bernard Herklots became vicar. He travelled widely and, in 1927, exchanged livings with a vicar in Dorset, Douglas Adams.
  • He was the Vicar Capitular of that diocese from 23 July 1974 to 25 July 1975.
  • The diocesan bishop appoints a vicar general to assist him in the governance of the diocese.
  • The title "vicar of Peter" ("vicarius Petri") is used only of the pope, not of other bishops.
  • At the same time Estephan appointed a patriarchal vicar in the person of Michel El Khazen as Vicar.
  • In 2010 he became Vicar of John Keble Church, Mill Hill, in the Diocese of London and in 2012 a priest vicar of Westminster Abbey.
  • The image of the parish vicar is a popular one in British culture.
  • Zarama was named assistant director of the Vocations Office in 2000 and vicar general in 2006.
  • The Vicar Program was established in 1957 and operated until 1990. The first vicar was Rev. Lambert Loock, Jr.
  • He became vicar of Hints, Staffordshire in 1888 and remained there until 1900 when he became vicar of Horsley, Yorkshire.
  • James Chadwick (24 April 1813 at Drogheda, Ireland His great-uncle was John Chadwick, vicar-general to William Walton, Vicar Apostolic of the Northern District from 1775 to 1780.
  • From 1394–1399 he was general vicar of the bishop of Bamberg. In 1401, he was general vicar in Speyer, and in 1408 general vicar in Würzburg.
  • Anna Colbjørnsdatter was born at the Sørum vicarage at Romerike in Akershus, Norway.
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