Definition of Succursal. Meaning of Succursal. Synonyms of Succursal
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Definition of Succursal
SuccursalSuccursal Suc*cur"sal, a. [Cf. F. succursale. See Succor, n.
& v. t.]
Serving to aid or help; serving as a chapel of ease;
Not a city was without its cathedral, surrounded by its
succursal churches, its monasteries, and convents.
Meaning of Succursal from wikipedia
- parcourse, recourse, recur, recurrent, recursion, recursive, succor, succursal
†cursō curs- cursav- cursat- dicō dic- dicav- dicat- dedicate, dedication...
- prefect shall regulate
parishes"; that "the officiating priests
in succursal parishes shall
by the bishop";...
- it. Within
the Roman Catholic
Church, the village
as a succursal parish
of Rohrbach, to which
in 1821. Bining...
- many inmates helped
at the laundry, gardens, and in the kitchens. The Succursal block
in 1882; the extra
room was for convalescents
with a limited...
- Church under
of Holy Virgin's Rest, currently known
as the Succursal Roman Catholic Church
The Jewish Cemetery
at Górna Street, established...
church, the oldest mention
of which dates
from 1262. It was a succursal church
of the ancient Parish
Peter. An extensive
fire in 1361...
- 1865. A separate facility
patients, briefly known
as Woodpark Succursal
Asylum, was built
in June 1880 but was later fully amalgamated
in do****ents once again
in 1442, when it became
a succursal church
of saint Maria Magdalene
church. At this time the church
as 1315 in the Konradian Register
(Konradinischer Matrikel) as succursal parish
of Gauting. In 1857 the church
was torn down and reerrected
not to recognise
the new parishes, claiming
that they were merely succursal chapels
of the parish
of Notre-Dame. This resulted
in a series
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