canonically

All Adverb
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  • Her further fate has never been canonically resolved within the games.
  • No bishop might be canonically installed until his election had been confirmed by the pope. Cited from Modern Europe V.1, by Carlton J. H. Hayes
  • No one shall be consecrated bishop who has not been canonically elected.
  • In music of this kind there was no longer a field for the intricate working of canonically constructed voice parts. Cited from Some Forerunners of Italian Opera, by William James Henderson
  • If I turn to the election ordained by your lips, we knew that you chose him canonically and not through fear. Cited from Letters of Catherine Benincasa,Catherine Benincasa
  • Herobrine canonically has not appeared in real life, and remains confined to technology.
  • However, no bishop of metropolitan rank was available to consecrate him, as canonically required.
  • He was the first Bishop of Iowa who was canonically resident in the state when he was elected bishop.
  • The community was then officially declared canonically organized.
  • In these cases the decomposition of one character is simply another approximately (but not canonically) equivalent character.
  • Such a church is presided over by the metropolitan of a determined see who has been canonically elected and confirmed by the pope.
  • All this concerns the laws on the cathedraticum where the Church is canonically established.
  • Religious superiors also visit canonically institutions and persons subject to them, each observing the constitution and customs of his own order.
  • The character may be either male or female, though Revan is canonically male and follows the game's light-side path.
  • Through no fault or lack of effort of their own, they were unable to fulfill a canonically required point of protocol.
  • Unfortunately, no bishop of metropolitan rank was available to consecrate him, as canonically required.
  • Canonically, he is the only survivor of his squad's mission.
  • Groups sometimes form around antipopes, who claim the Pontificate without being canonically and properly elected to it.
  • The Companions were not canonically recognised; some of these groups have continued their work beyond the suppression.
  • The other areas were to dioceses canonically established on the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany.
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Meaning of canonically

  • adverb In a canonical manner
    the deacon was canonically inducted