1 4,60 | virtue of title of the see or senior~according to promotion.
2 4,73 | officer was~elected, the senior bishop according to episcopal
3 4,100 | eparchial bishops who are senior~according to episcopal ordination,
4 4,116 | the permanent synod, the senior member of the synod according
5 4,127 | patriarchal Church~is the senior bishop according to episcopal
6 4,132 | the same Church who is the senior according to ordination,
7 6,173 | bishop of the same Church~senior according to episcopal ordination,
8 7,183 | decided in favor of him who is senior according to presbyteral
9 7,183 | ordination, the one who is senior in age.~
10 7,204 | by the eparchial bishop senior in episcopal ordination
11 7,221 | are several, to the one senior by~episcopal ordination
12 7,270 | consulting the eparchial bishop~senior in episcopal ordination,
13 7,271 | the~college itself who is senior by sacred ordination. 6.
14 7,300 | parochial vicars, the one senior in presbyteral ordination;
15 8,320 | there is none, to the pastor~senior by presbyteral ordination.
16 13,575 | the two eparchial bishops senior in episcopal ordination,
17 13,583 | with the consent of the two senior eparchial bishops~according
18 20,956 | ballot, the person who~is senior by age is considered elected,
19 20,956 | be deemed elected who is senior by sacred ordination, or,
20 20,956 | religious, the person who is senior by first~profession. 2.
21 24,1084| eparchial bishops who are senior by~episcopal ordination;
22 24,1087| the two eparchial~bishops senior by episcopal ordination,