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   Title, Canon
1 2,29 | completed his~fourteenth year of age is enrolled in the 2 2,29 | completed his~fourteenth year is: (1) born of an unwed 3 2,30 | completed the fourteenth year of~age can freely select 4 2,34 | completion of the fourteenth year of age,~the children can 5 4,92 | which he presides. Within a year of his election~and then 6 4,120 | times, at~least twice a year, and whenever the patriarch 7 4,122 | administration during the past year as well as a budget~of income 8 4,122 | expenditures for the coming year; a report on administration 9 6,170 | be held at least once a year and~whenever special circumstances 10 7,205 | entirely or in part every year~so that at least every five 11 7,210 | completed his seventy-fifth year~of age or who, due to ill 12 7,254 | the place, day, month and year; (3) with due~consideration 13 7,259 | are preserved. ~2. Each year, the procedural acts for 14 7,262 | the~eparchial bishop every year and as often as it is requested 15 7,263 | expenditures foreseen in the coming year in the governance of the 16 7,263 | expenses at the end of the year.~ 17 7,270 | eparchial consultors; within a year from taking canonical possession 18 7,270 | presbyteral council within~a year.~ 19 7,286 | impeded for at least one year.~ 20 7,292 | or interrupted month per year for his vacation; the days 21 7,292 | the pastor~spends once a year in spiritual retreat are 22 7,297 | completed his seventy-fifth year of age he is~asked to submit 23 10,356 | formation of the students each year to the eparchial bishop 24 10,363 | see has been vacant for a year, and~then only with the 25 12,444 | completed the seventy-fifth year of age, or who have become 26 12,457 | precedes final profession, one year is sufficient. 2. In every 27 12,457 | sufficient. 2. In every year of the novitiate, an absence 28 12,461 | typicon but not beyond~one year.~ 29 12,473 | retreat for several~days every year.~ 30 12,478 | absence which exceeds one year, unless it is for~reason 31 12,488 | period, not longer~than a year, in the new monastery. When 32 12,517 | completed the seventeenth year of age. In respect to other 33 12,523 | one full and continuous year; an absence of three months,~ 34 13,582 | its administration each year.~ 35 15,614 | course of the liturgical~year the mysteries of faith and 36 16,759 | 2. Dispensation~beyond a year from the age required by 37 16,760 | successfully completed the fourth year of a curriculum of~philosophical-theological 38 16,760 | successfully completed the third year of~studies mentioned in 39 16,800 | completed his sixteenth year of age and~a woman before 40 16,800 | completed her fourteenth year of age, cannot validly celebrate 41 17,900 | completed his fourteenth year shall not~be received if 42 19,909 | complete the eighteenth year of age is an~adult, below 43 19,909 | completion of the seventh year a minor is called an infant 44 19,909 | completion of~the seventh year one is presumed to have 45 23,1028| administration at the end of~each year; (8) keep in order and preserve 46 23,1028| administrators draw up each year a~budget of receipts and 47 24,1111| are not prolonged beyond a year and on~the appellate level 48 24,1136| completed their fourteenth year of age,~they can do so on 49 25,1187| adding the~day, month and year, as well as the address 50 25,1231| Minors below the fourteenth year of age and those who are~ 51 25,1304| contain reference~to the year, month, day and place in 52 27,1402| suspension for more than one year, demotion to a lower grade, 53 27,1413| completed the fourteenth year of age is not~subject to 54 27,1413| fourteenth and eighteenth year of age~can be punished only 55 29,1490| completed their seventh year of age.~ 56 30,1545| period of 30 days and a year~a period of 365 days, unless 57 30,1545| unless the month and the year are said to~be taken as 58 30,1545| continuous, a month and a year are always to be taken as


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