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The next day (the 25th May) we went to Lhakhang-chhen-mo built by the hierarch Phags-pa (1251-80 A.
Not only do hierarchs and egalitarians attach different significance to the same words and actions, but even among hierarchs the perception that "no" means something other than "no" is most vivid in the minds of women (disproportionately women well beyond "dating" age) who form this ing not to perfect their own ability to convey their intentions to potential sex partners but rather to help identify other women whose behavior threatens their status.
Almost all the priests in the Eparchy gathered in Alba Iulia to picket the Bishopric, requesting the deposition of the hierarch, compromised because of his collaborationism with the communist power.
His All Holiness, the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, "first among equals" of the world's Orthodox hierarchs, was scheduled to open the conference, but, due to unexpected issues that required his presence in Bulgaria, his appearance at the conference was delayed until May 12.
While corporate law allows firms to construct their boards in this manner, most have rejected such an approach and reposed practical authority over firm affairs in the hands of inside directors who are emphatically not mediating hierarchs.
12] The preponderance of these hierarchs in the first quarter of the eighteenth century was remarkable not only in terms of numbers, but also in a qualitative sense, for they were appointed to many of the most important dioceses.
The rest of the novel chronicles the fortunes of Jimmerson, Hen and assorted other Gnomon hierarchs as, with undiminished self-importance and a faith majestically blind, the temple decays and membership declines.
The House education committee is looking into pushing for the abolition of the Three Hierarchs school holiday, its chairman Kyriacos Hadjiyiannis said on Monday.
The increasingly bitter spat between the Sindh ruling hierarchs and the federal interior minister over the Karachi airport terrorist strike is stupefying.
In the late sixteenth century many hierarchs of the Kyivan Church, including the Metropolitan of Kyiv, faced with poorly educated clergy, the loss of support from Ottoman-controlled Constantinople, Protestant and Roman Catholic (mainly Jesuit) proselytic activity in their territory, and a rising political and ecclesiastical power in Muscovy, turned towards the Bishop of Rome in order to establish support for their own Ruthenian Church.
The new hierarchs don't have anyone under contract, of course, and arguably would have trouble moving them from tentpole to tentpole.
Patriarch Kirill's election was announced live on national television, "as the cathedral's bells rang out and cameras panned over rows of black-robed hierarchs and hundreds of other delegates from around Russia, the former Soviet Union and the world, who came to the local council to elect the new patriarch," said ENI.