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Paparchy
Paparchy Pa"par*chy, n. [L. papa bishop + -archy.] Government by a pope; papal rule.

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- The Papar (Icelandic pronunciation: ​[ˈpʰaːpar̥]; from Latin papa, via Old Irish, meaning "father" or "pope") were, according to early Icelandic sagas...
- Papar (Malay: Pekan Papar) is the capital of the Papar District in the West Coast Division of Sabah, Malaysia. Its po****tion was estimated to be around...
- The Papar District (Malay: Daerah Papar) is an administrative district in the Malaysian state of Sabah, part of the West Coast Division which includes...
- Sabudana papar (Hindi: साबूदाना पापड़, Urdu: سابودانہ پاپڑ‎; also spelled sabudana papad) is a crisp flatbread from the Indian subcontinent, being a type...
- A papadum (also called papad or papar) is a thin, crisp, round flatbread from India. It is typically based on a seasoned dough usually made from peeled...
- Papar is a minor Austronesian language spoken in Sabah, Malaysia. Materials on Karnai are included in the open access Arthur Capell collection (AC2) held...
- The Papar River (Malay: Sungai Papar) is a river in West Coast Division, northwestern Sabah of Malaysia. It has a total length of 60 km (37 mi) from its...
- a Singaporean drama series produced by Mediacorp. It stars Ariati Tyeb Papar, Jasmine Sim, Sofia Dendroff, Siti Nuraisha, Rachel Wan, Margaret Lim, Sue...
- Papar railway station may also refer to: Papar railway station (Indonesia), a railway station on the Bangil–Kertosono railway located in Papar, Kediri...
- of Gaelic in Scotland. It is recorded in the Landnámabók that there were papar or culdees (Gaelic monks) in Iceland before the Norse. This appears to tie...
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