Noun(1) a senior member of the Christian clergy having spiritual and administrative authority; appointed in Christian churches to oversee priests or ministers; considered in some churches to be successors of the twelve Apostles of Christ(2) port wine mulled with oranges and cloves(3) (chess
(1) He therefore ignored the move, advancing a bishop across the board.(2) The understanding of the role of the bishop in a diocese involves seeing the bishop as representing Jesus Christ among the priests and people of his diocese.(3) But this resulted in the immediate loss of a piece as Adams took a pawn with his bishop attacking the black queen.(4) About 100 church members joined the bishop of Mississippi here for about an hour-long service here.(5) But white blundered away a pawn when rooks were exchanged, then had to sack his bishop to stop a passed pawn.(6) Two senior members of the bishop 's staff quit when the service was cancelled amid claims by the Church that the timing was not appropriate.(7) he was appointed bishop of the diocese(8) Which of the following pieces is the most potent in a game of chess - the rook, the bishop the knight, the queen or the pawn?(9) The courses themselves are run by the church, with significant participation by the diocesan bishop .(10) Glogg, gluhwein, poker beer, bishop , toddy, hot punch, flip, rumfustian, and wassail are all of the warmed spirit family.(11) It is sometimes called "purple wine" and received the name " bishop " from its colour.(12) Though black got a good attack on the queenside, Prakash defended well and came up with the right moves to win the game in a bishop and pawn ending in 51 moves.(13) After all, the knight was the only piece guarding the attacked bishop .(14) The Catholic position is that there is only one true church of Jesus Christ, and its bishop is in Rome.(15) Every chess bishop moves on a diagonal, and none of those on black squares ever move to white squares (in the same game).(16) I fear the day when the laity selects the bishop of each diocese.
(1) bishop :: epikopo
1. diocesan ::
2. metropolitan ::
3. suffragan ::
4. eparch ::
5. exarch ::
6. prelate ::
Different Formsbishop, bishops
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