Origin of presentee
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If a bishop refuses to admit a presentee on a ground specified in sect.The Legal Position of the Clergy
P. V. Smith
Thereupon the presbytery, by a majority of seven, admitted the presentee.Norman Macleod
Bishop Grostete refused a presentee whom he described as a boy still in his Ovid.
As he was the presentee of the king, the bishop had special inducement to be lenient.
Another pause, the presentee hardly considering himself justified in replying to this observation.
- a person who is presented, as at court
- a person to whom something is presented
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