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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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MonsignorMon‧si‧gnor /mɒnˈsiːnjə $ mɑːnˈsiːnjər/ noun  RRCused when speaking to or about a priest of high rank in the Roman Catholic Church Monsignor Delgard
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MonsignorBut that can't be right, can it, Monsignor?I had no religion for a start, though I had developed respect for the Church through knowing Monsignor.At the beginning, the malais had wiped out whole villages. Monsignor had not compromised.They got what they wanted. Monsignor was only too pleased to receive them.
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