Definition of Succursal. Meaning of Succursal. Synonyms of Succursal

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Definition of Succursal

Succursal
Succursal Suc*cur"sal, a. [Cf. F. succursale. See Succor, n. & v. t.] Serving to aid or help; serving as a chapel of ease; tributary. [R.] Not a city was without its cathedral, surrounded by its succursal churches, its monasteries, and convents. --Milman.

Meaning of Succursal from wikipedia

- Romanesque church, the oldest mention of which dates from 1262. It was a succursal church of the ancient Parish of Saint Peter. An extensive fire in 1361...
- Church under the invocation of Holy Virgin's Rest, currently known as the Succursal Roman Catholic Church Jewish Cemetery at Górna Street, established in...
- 1865. A separate facility for female patients, briefly known as Woodpark Succursal Asylum, was built in June 1880 but was later fully amalgamated with the...
- and England, as also in general and everywhere those who have charge of succursal churches or are parish ****istants. Under the head of removable dignitaries...
- prefect shall regulate the number and extent of succursal parishes"; that "the officiating priests in succursal parishes shall be appointed by the bishop";...
- the cultural centre of the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land and as a succursal institution (dependency) of Saint Saviour's Latin parish. It was initially...
- Slovenes. Tichoja, church St. Helena, church Altendorf, Wayside shrine and succursal church St. Andrew Sonnegg, Castle ruins Sonnegg, Manor "Dauersiedlungsraum...
- church was mentioned in do****ents once again in 1442, when it became a succursal church of saint Maria Magdalene church. At this time the church was devoted...
- parcourse, recourse, recur, recurrent, recursion, recursive, succor, succursal †cursō curs- cursav- cursat- dicō dic- dicav- dicat- dedicate, dedication...
- early as 1315 in the Konradian Register (Konradinischer Matrikel) as succursal parish of Gauting. In 1857 the church was torn down and reerrected with...