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hierarchs 66
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higher

   Title, Canon
1 7,193 | foster relations with~the higher authority of that Church. 2 7,308 | rector of the~church or higher authority, no one is allowed 3 10,334 | those same eparchies or by higher authority, however~with 4 10,334 | council of hierarchs if that higher~authority is of a metropolitan 5 10,334 | without the consent of their higher~authority.~ 6 10,344 | each nation for beginning higher studies, and, insofar as 7 12,414 | which had been approved by a higher authority; (2) ~to grant 8 12,471 | seminary or institute of higher~studies approved by ecclesiastical 9 12,512 | general synaxis, which holds higher authority according to~the 10 12,536 | another seminary or school of higher~studies approved by ecclesiastical 11 12,568 | bishop or by~the competent higher ecclesiastical authority; 12 15,640 | consists of~education of a higher order, research, reflection 13 15,640 | 2. Other institutes of higher education or autonomous 14 15,642 | university is an institute of higher studies~which is erected 15 15,642 | is approved either by the higher administrative authority 16 15,642 | patriarchal Church this higher~authority is the patriarch 17 15,647 | their culture; (2) to give~higher education to students of 18 16,757 | who refuses to receive a higher sacred order, cannot validly~ 19 18,906 | especially in institutes of~higher studies.~ 20 19,926 | devolves upon the immediately higher authority if it cannot be~ 21 19,928 | have been approved by a higher authority;~(3) in other 22 19,928 | without the consent of a higher~authority.~ 23 19,930 | its goods go to the next~higher juridic person, with due 24 21,985 | law which is contrary to a~higher law cannot be validly enacted 25 23,1020| documents. 4. The immediately higher authority is bound to urge 26 23,1048| eparchial bishop or another higher authority. 2. In order for~ 27 25,1292| conclusions be transmitted to the~higher tribunal if there is an 28 25,1309| appeal from a~sentence to a higher judge, with due regard for 29 25,1315| upon the services of the higher judge for the~emendation 30 25,1315| authenticated by the notary, to the higher tribunal;~if the acts are 31 25,1325| or not. 2. An appeal to a higher~tribunal to obtain a new 32 27,1403| remission is reserved to a higher authority, until he has 33 27,1405| ecclesiastical law enacted~by higher authority, observing the 34 27,1433| he cannot be promoted to higher holy orders, and is equivalent 35 28,1472| constituted as such by the higher tribunal acts as the petitioner 36 28,1487| be made to the competent higher authority within ten available 37 28,1487| against the decision of the higher authority.~


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