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curacy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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curacycu‧ra‧cy /ˈkjʊərəsi $ ˈkjʊr-/ noun (plural curacies) [countable]  RRCBOthe job or position of a curate, or the period of time that someone has this position
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curacyI would save myself and those around a lot of heartache by forgetting the Sahara and looking for another curacy.There was some sort of a row in Gray's first curacy at Narborough.For the last weeks of his curacy he left the lodgings and hired a room in a small hotel up Mount Pleasant.He and his wife had offered us accommodation with them from the time my curacy finished until after the expedition.He then served a second curacy in Drumglass Parish, Dungannon.He served curacies around Chipping Norton.
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