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Clerical (a.) Of or relating to a clerk or ...
Clericalism (n.) An excessive devotion to the interests of ...
Clericity (n.) The state of being a clergyman. ...
Clerisy (n.) The literati, or well educated class. ...
Clerisy (n.) The clergy, or their opinions, as opposed ...
Clerk (n.) A clergyman or ecclesiastic. ...
Clerk (n.) A man who could read; a scholar; ...
Clerk (n.) A parish officer, being a layman who ...
Clerk (n.) One employed to keep records or accounts; ...
Clerk (n.) An assistant in a shop or store. ...
 
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