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chaplaincy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Christianity
chaplaincychap‧lain‧cy /ˈtʃæplənsi/ noun (plural chaplaincies) [countable]  RRCthe job of being a chaplain, or the place where a chaplain works
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chaplaincyHe asked the bishop to put his name on the list for an army chaplaincy.Full details of chaplaincy activities and services are provided for students at the time of registration and on chaplaincy noticeboards.Sister was then transferred to Wythenshawe, and worked for the last 13 years on the chaplaincy team of Wythenshawe Hospital.The sermon he preached was scholarly, and explained why he had been called to this well-found charge and to the chaplaincy.
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