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exarch 25
exarchies 7
exarchs 7
exarchy 20
exceed 6
exceeded 1
exceeds 7
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20 concerns
20 copy
20 different
20 exarchy
20 foster
20 houses
20 lacks

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exarchy

   Title, Canon
1 4,101| neither an eparchy nor an exarchy is established, the patriarch 2 4,129| neither an eparchy nor an exarchy is erected, has the same 3 8,311| Canon 311~1. An exarchy is a portion of the people 4 8,311| modification,~suppression of an exarchy which is located within 5 8,312| 312~The exarch governs the exarchy either in the name of the 6 8,312| establishment or modification of the exarchy.~ 7 8,314| canonical possession of the exarchy committed to him by~showing 8 8,314| him who is governing the~exarchy in the interim.~ 9 8,315| Presbyters sent into the exarchy by the patriarch, whether 10 8,315| considered attached to the exarchy and must be subject in all 11 8,316| the exarch who governs the exarchy in the name of~the Roman 12 8,316| the exarch who governs an exarchy in his own name, recourse 13 8,317| except exarchs who govern an exarchy entrusted to them in the~ 14 8,318| and~temporal state of the exarchy. 2. An exarch appointed 15 8,319| established or modified the exarchy. 2. If the college of~consultors 16 8,320| Canon 320~1. When the exarchy is vacant or impeded, the 17 8,320| interim governance of the exarchy must as soon as possible 18 10,357| either in some~eparchy or exarchy or religious institute or 19 12,431| patriarchal Church, eparchy, or exarchy; all others, for the monastery 20 19,916| 5. In places where no exarchy has been constituted for


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