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Things diocesan often describes (“diocesan ________”)
bishop, priests, clergy, bishops, synod, seminary, synods, priest, episcopacy, level, authorities, schools, convention, administration, seminaries, archives, organization, office, boundaries, offices, officials, school, council, records, work, newspaper, authority, courts, court, paper, consultors, board, structure, church, councils, conventions, affairs, conference, committee, jurisdiction, statutes, priesthood, college, funds, director, conferences, institutions, control, curia, boards, levels, newspapers, papers, business, committees, superintendent, headquarters, visitation, duties, organisation, organizations, structures, directors, commission, churches, architect, chancellor, colleges, property, matters, centre, commissions, visitations, tribunal, regulations, assemblies, meetings, chapter, missions, administrator, press, leaders, fund, programs, cathedral, institution, registry, meeting, staff, official, officers, inspector, societies, hierarchy

Descriptive words:
own, new, first, local, venerable, worthy, late, present, inter, former, afraid, modern, old, active, regular, proper, beloved, various, excellent, revered, colonial, respective, mere, ancient, full, diligent, reverend, arch, conscientious, dark, tolerant, provisional

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