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health 8
hear 14
heard 30
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hearing 29
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30 charity
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30 condition
30 heard
30 morals
30 once
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   Title, Canon
1 4,116 | eparchy or office, he is to be heard, but in the~synod another 2 4,146 | investigate the matter, having heard from the superior administrative 3 7,277 | eparchial bishop, having heard, if he considers it opportune, 4 7,301 | parochial vicar, having heard, unless he~prudently judges 5 11,408 | and integrity, should be heard as experts or consultors 6 12,475 | local hierarch, after he has~heard the superior of the monastery 7 12,548 | congregation is subject having heard the~superior general and 8 16,735 | entrusted to their care be heard when they reasonably ask 9 16,735 | they reasonably ask to~be heard and that the opportunity 10 23,1020| civil law, after having heard experts~in civil law and 11 24,1069| of governance, are to be heard~before the judge or the 12 24,1084| 2. Other cases are to be heard by a sole judge,~unless 13 24,1098| the bond are~also to be heard if they are present in court; ( 14 24,1109| expeditiously~after having heard the parties. 2. The acts 15 24,1137| ecclesiastical judge~after having heard the eparchial bishop of 16 24,1163| person, the judge, having heard the parties, may~determine, 17 24,1163| the judge, after having heard the other~party, shall provide 18 24,1174| otherwise; after~having heard the other parties, the tribunal 19 25,1231| testimony; however, they may~be heard by reason of a decree of 20 25,1231| more-over, whatever has been heard by anyone or in any way 21 25,1239| similar right, are to be~heard in a place which they themselves 22 25,1239| decide where those are to be heard for whom it is impossible~ 23 25,1243| refuses to take it~is to be heard without the oath.~ 24 25,1253| especially what has~been seen and heard personally, or whether the 25 25,1269| received the petition and heard the parties, is to decide 26 25,1299| moreover, must always be heard~and a decree appended at 27 25,1351| single witness has been~heard, the judge can decree new 28 26,1374| defender of the bond, having heard the parties, shall decree 29 27,1403| penalties, after~having heard the promoter of justice, 30 29,1518| those who should, by law, be heard or consulted; and also hear~


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