But the Cathedral has claims upon others beside the capitular body.
Finally, a capitular government in missionary countries was a physical impossibility, and would disrupt the whole Order.
It has two divisions, each of five classes, of capitular knights and honorary members.
Throughout the whole reign elections by capitular bodies were constantly set at nought.
The transverse processes are sometimes well developed and are divided into tubercular and capitular portions.
Here the dean and chapter met for the transaction of their capitular affairs, and here the bishop held his synods.
At all events, the failure of the first attempt at capitular election was enough for her, and she did not repeat the experiment.
We found interesting mention of it in several places when setting in order the chaotic mass of capitular muniments at Lichfield.
The sixteenth vertebra has its tubercular facet on the transverse process, but the capitular facet is borne on the centrum.
capitular, kap-it′ūl-ar, n. a statute passed in a chapter or ecclesiastical court: a member of a chapter—also Capit′ulary.