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Magisteriality
Magisteriality Mag`is*te`ri*al"i*ty, n. Magisterialness; authoritativeness. [R.] --Fuller.
Magisterially
Magisterially Mag`is*te"ri*al*ly, adv. In a magisterial manner.
Magisterialness
Magisterialness Mag`is*te"ri*al*ness, n. The quality or state of being magisterial.

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- executive officers), and also had the power to issue ius honorarium, or magisterial law. The Consul was the highest Roman magistrate. The Praetor (the office...
- The Magisterial Reformation is a phrase that "draws attention to the manner in which the Lutheran and Calvinist reformers related to secular authorities...
- The term magisterial district may refer to: the legal district of a magistrate or magistrate court in certain states of the United States, see United...
- Magisterial Palace may refer to: a building within Fort St. Angelo Grandmaster's Palace (Valletta) Palazzo Vilhena Palazzo Malta...
- Magistrate). In India, a sub-divisional magistrate has several executive and magisterial roles to play under Criminal Procedure Code 1973 Revenue functions involve...
- Episcopalis communio allowed that the final do****ent of a synod may become magisterial teaching simply with papal approval. The constitution also allowed for...
- exception of Arlington County, are further subdivided into magisterial districts. Magisterial districts are defined by the United States Census Bureau as...
- offered high praise: "The Plot Against America creates its reality magisterially, in long, fluid sentences that carry you beyond skepticism and with...
- The magisterium of the Catholic Church is the church's authority or office to give authentic interpretation of the Word of God, "whether in its written...
- theologians perceived both the Catholic Church and the confessions of the Magisterial Reformation as corrupted. Their activity brought about the Radical Reformation...
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